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Using the principle of mathematical induction, prove for all n belonging to N: 1/1.4+1/4.7+1/7.10+ ......+1/(3n-2)(3n+1) = n/(n+1)

Using the principle of mathematical induction, prove for all n belonging to N: 1/1.4+1/4.7+1/7.10+ ......+1/(3n-2)(3n+1) = n/(n+1)

Grade:11

1 Answers

Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
2 years ago
Let n=1

lhs = 1./4

rhs = 1./2

LHS=! RHS

Contradictions never coexist

PLease revert with correct questions

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