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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

Prove that x^(2n-1)+y^(2n-1) is divisible by x+y for all n belongs to N.

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

Prove that:

4^n-3n-1 is divisible by 9

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

Prove That:

2^n<3^n

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

in pmi of inequalities 
the  < was converted into =
 in one  of the vedio lessons

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

(cos?+sin?)^n=cos n?+isin n?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

p(n)=1

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Question 10 Prove by PMI,2^n > n^2,nis greater than or equal to 5 n belong toN In Mathematics Asked by: shiv ,

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

Please solve this problem in detail

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

why (2k-1)became (2k-1)+(2k+1)?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Principle of Mathematical Induction

1> 1\2.5+1\5.8+......+1\(3n-1)(3n+2)=n\(6n+4)

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