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## Solution for problem 26E Chapter 5.2

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Problem 26E

Suppose that P(n) is a propositional function. Determine for which nonnegative integers n the statement P (n) must be true if

a) P(0) is true; for all nonnegative integers n, if P(n) is true, then P(n + 2) is true.

b) P(0) is true; for all nonnegative integers n, if P(n) is true, then P(n + 3) is true.

c) P(0) and P(1) are true; for all nonnegative integers n. if P(n) and P(n + 1) are true, then P(u + 2) is true.

d) P(0) is true; for all nonnegative integers n, if P(n) is true, then P(n + 2) and P(n + 3) are true.

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