True (T) or False (F)?
Q1. Mathematical induction is used to prove statements about all real numbers. ?
Q2. Mathematical induction differs form the kind of induction used in the experimental
sciences because it is actually a form of deductive reasoning.
Q3. A proof by mathematical induction involves an inductive step, where it is
shown that a statement P(k) about a natural number k is true only if the
statement P(k+1) about its successor k+1 is true.
Q4. For a proof by mathematical induction, it is sufficient to check one base case
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Mathematical induction is used to prove statements about all real numbers. ?
no it is for proving things about positive integers
yes that what I thought for the first one !
I'm not absolutely sure about Q3 - that statement must also be true for K = 1 so I think this is false.