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January 7th, 2017, 07:49 PM   #1
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Talking Mathematical Induction of Integrals

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I was wondering how integrals could be proven to be true using mathematical induction, as in the case of the equation below. Much appreciated if working could be shown as well!

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Hey there!

I was wondering how integrals could be proven to be true using mathematical induction, as in the case of the equation below. Much appreciated if working could be shown as well!

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Mathematical induction is used to prove a statement about positive integers. Are we to assume that "D" is a positive integer?
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Without knowing P(x), it would be hard to prove anything.
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