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Course: 790 373, Fall 2007
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1 Exam Review Answers 1b 2 a, d 3d 4a 5 c, e 6d 8a 9b 10 a 11 d 12 f 13 e 14 b 15 d 16 b 17 d 18 i 19 i 20 i 30 i 31 i 32 p 33 d 34 c 35 e 36 d 37 f 38 a 39 f 40 c 41 f [the table is wrong] 42 e 43 d 44 c 45 d 46 f [This equality is true, and is essentially saying M sub (k+1) = M sub (k) + the (n+1)th multiple of 5. Therefore statement this is a proof of the induction step] 47 g 48 a [expression 45 merely...

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1 Exam Review Answers 1b 2 a, d 3d 4a 5 c, e 6d 8a 9b 10 a 11 d 12 f 13 e 14 b 15 d 16 b 17 d 18 i 19 i 20 i 30 i 31 i 32 p 33 d 34 c 35 e 36 d 37 f 38 a 39 f 40 c 41 f [the table is wrong] 42 e 43 d 44 c 45 d 46 f [This equality is true, and is essentially saying M sub (k+1) = M sub (k) + the (n+1)th multiple of 5. Therefore statement this is a proof of the induction step] 47 g 48 a [expression 45 merely restates expression 47 at the (k+1)th term, rather than t he (k)th term. Both give the value of M. Therefore c is not a good answer because expression 47 doesn't "follow" from e xpression 45. They are basically the same expression.] 49 e
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