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MAT 243 Online Written Homework Assignments for Week 10/15 Before you start these assignments, you must have studied and understood the common mistakes on inductive proof writing given in the lecture. Specifically, β€’ do not use the notation P(n) to refer to both the statement to be proved and to a quantity that P(n) is making a statement about. It is best if you do not use the notation P(n) at all. β€’ do not confuse stating P(n+1) with proving it. β€’ in proofs of summation formulas, do not assume that the (n+1)th term of the summation is n+1. β€’ do not employ the β€œrenaming ritual”. β€’ in proofs of summation formulas, do not confuse the running variable in the sigma sum with the variable that represents the upper limit of the summation. β€’ make sure to write the correct inductive hypothesis. 1. Prove using induction for all positive integers ? that βˆ‘ π‘˜(π‘˜ + 1) 𝑛 π‘˜=1 = 1 3 ?(? + 1)(? + 2). : 1 1 : .
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