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Prove Theorem 7.33 using mathematical induction as follows: a. Show that = 0. b. Assume

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Prove Theorem 7.33 using mathematical induction as follows: a. Show that = 0. b. Assume that (r***, v (j)) 0, for each k < I and j 1,2,... ,k, and show that this implies that v*'') 0, for each j = 1,2,... , /. c. Show that (r(/+l) ,v (,+l)> = 0.

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Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
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