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CHAPTER 2 Methods of proof List and describe each proof technique that can be used to prove the conditional P = ) Q: When proving that the conditional P = ) Q is true, are there any requirements on the truth of P and Q , respectively? Does P always have to be true? Does Q always have to be true? What is the most common interpretation of showing that P = ) Q is true? to a conditional? Identify each method used to solve practice problems, homework prob- lems, problems from lecture and recitations. Remark 1 When trying to prove a conditional ALWAYS state which method of proof you use. Also, ALWAYS clearly state what is the hypothesis and what are involved, it is best to write them down as well, especially if you don±t know how to start or continue the problem. 1
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CHAPTER 3: INDUCTION State the Well Ordering Property, the Principle of Induction, Strong Induction. How are they related? For the Principle of Induction, does it matter which basis step you work with? How is the basis step related to the inductive step? When should you use induction?
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MATH 21-127 taught by Professor Gheorghiciuc during the Spring '07 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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