# Induction

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Prove by induction that

(1 + 1/2)^n >= 1 + n/2 for all n in N

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This is a proof by induction of a given statement.

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Proof:

If n=1, then (1+1/2)^n=1.5, 1+n/2=1.5, so the inequality (1+1/2)^n>=1+n/2 holds.

Now suppose the ...

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