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Proof by Induction

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Use a proof by induction to predict the value of the sum of the first n perfect squares.
Show that the trig identity given is true for all non-negative integers n.
Do a proof by induction to show what the sum of the first n positive integers is.
If you raise 11 to the nth power, the result is one more than a multiple of 10. Prove by induction.
Use and induction proof to give the sum of a geometric series with common ratio 2.
Use induction to prove that the sum of a geometric series adds to a certain value
Inductive proof involving a product and a power inequality

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