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Let n be 4. Then n-1 is 3. (n-1)/2 is 3/2 which is not a natural number.

- can you writing please one prove with induction ?

Don't overthink this. I said it was trivial.

1+1+1=3

n+1=a+b+1+1

like n+1=a+(b+1)+1 - ?

can you help me please how ?

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For n=3, we see that n=1+1+1 so it works for a=1 and b=1.

- so and thats all ?

I said it was trivial.

If n is odd, then n-1 is even, so n-1 = a+a, so n=a+a+1 and the two values are a and a.

ok thank you very much - but i will come back again tomorrow

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