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Introduction to Mathematical Induction
Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (1 of 4)
Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (2 of 4)
Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (3 of 4)
Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (4 of 4)
Induction: Divisibility Proofs (1 of 2)
Induction: Divisibility Proofs (2 of 2)
Induction: Fibonacci Sequence
Induction: Factorial Identity
Induction: Divisibility Proof example 1 (n³ + 3n² + 2n is divisible by 6)
Induction: Inequality Proofs
Induction: Derivative Proof
Induction: Geometry Proof (Angle Sum of a Polygon)
Induction: Diagonals in a Convex Polygon
Induction Inequality Proof Example 1: Σ(k = 1 to n) 1/k² ≤ 2 – 1/n
Induction Inequality Proof Example 2: n² ≥ n
Induction Inequality Proof Example 3: 5^n + 9 less than 6^n
Induction Inequality Proof Example 4: n! greater than n²
Induction Inequality Proof Example 5: 2^n ≥ n²
Induction Inequality Proof Example 6: [2^(2n)]*(n!)^2 ≥ (2n)!
Proof: What is it, and how does it work?
Four varieties of mathematical proof, illustrated
Induction Inequality Proof Example 7: 4^n ≥ 1+3n
Induction: Divisibility Proof example 3 (4^n – 1 is divisible by 3)
Induction: Divisibility Proof example 4 (x^n – 1 is divisible by x-1)
Induction Geometry Proof: Diagonals in a Convex Polygon


 


Introduction to Mathematical Induction


Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (1 of 4)


Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (2 of 4)


Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (3 of 4)


Induction: Series & Algebraic Identities (4 of 4)


Induction: Divisibility Proofs (1 of 2)


Induction: Divisibility Proofs (2 of 2)


Induction: Fibonacci Sequence


Induction: Factorial Identity


Induction: Divisibility Proof example 1 (n³ + 3n² + 2n is divisible by 6)


Induction: Inequality Proofs


Induction: Derivative Proof


Induction: Geometry Proof (Angle Sum of a Polygon)


Induction: Diagonals in a Convex Polygon


Induction Inequality Proof Example 1: Σ(k = 1 to n) 1/k² ≤ 2 – 1/n


Induction Inequality Proof Example 2: n² ≥ n


Induction Inequality Proof Example 3: 5^n + 9 less than 6^n


Induction Inequality Proof Example 4: n! greater than n²


Induction Inequality Proof Example 5: 2^n ≥ n²


Induction Inequality Proof Example 6: [2^(2n)]*(n!)^2 ≥ (2n)!


Proof: What is it, and how does it work?


Four varieties of mathematical proof, illustrated


Induction Inequality Proof Example 7: 4^n ≥ 1+3n


Induction: Divisibility Proof example 3 (4^n – 1 is divisible by 3)


Induction: Divisibility Proof example 4 (x^n – 1 is divisible by x-1)


Induction Geometry Proof: Diagonals in a Convex Polygon


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