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Problem 11E

Problem 11E

Prove the statements by mathematical induction.

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for all integers n  1.

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 Inductive Reasoning – degrees of probability o Good argument (Strong)  Technically all are invalid because of the loose connection o Cogent  Strong with true premises o Enumerative Induction  Generalizations  Based on a sample of a group you can generalize about the whole group  Criteria: o Sample size.  Proportionate to what you’re generalizing  Stereotypes: generalizations with small samples o Unbiased/representative  Predictions

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