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elaborate.

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ok so k is an arbitrary constant and we choose it to have value b?

that seems redundant

proofs do seem rather redundant yes; but its all for a good cause :)

why not just say n (the varaible) is equal to any number denoted as k

lol well, does that mean my way is wrong?

wrong? no, just different way to "look" at it

k = 0, b = any int greater than 0 so it satisifies b=k+1

(just plugging in some k for n and showing the k+1 stuff)

sorry my computer lagged

I never did it as k < n but rather n = k. and then assuming that's true and showing n=k+1

best bet, do it your way and see if its proofified :)

Sorry if I am being redundant lol :P

Actually, wait, I think I am starting to get it.