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HW s 33
School: George Mason University
Course: MATH 290
MATH 290 WRITING ASSIGNMENT 3 SOLUTIONS 1. Define the Fibonacci sequence {f1, f2, f3, ...} by f1 = f2 = 1 and for n > 2, fn = fn−1 + fn−2. Use induction to prove that for all natural numbers n, fn = αn − βn α − β , where α = ...

Topic 1  Prime Numbers Lecture Material
School: McGill University
Course: MATH 180
... The natural numbers, also known as the counting numbers, denoted N, is the set of numbers used to count: N = {1,2,3,4, ...} Notice that 0 is not ...

quiz 1 solutions
School: University Of California, Riverside
Course: MATH CS11
Math 11 Name: Spring 2012 SID: Quiz 1 1. (6 points) Let X and Y be sets and X,Y  denote the number of elements in X and Y respectively (which we will assume are natural numbers). Suppose X = n, Y  = m, and X n Y  = k. What is (a) XUY  ...

hw4sol
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: MATH 21127
... Page 1 of 3 1. 1. Note that 1 is not in the image of f(x, y) = x+y. There are no two natural numbers x and y such that x + y = 1. Thus f is not surjective. ...
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hw4sol
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: MATH 21127
... Page 1 of 3 1. 1. Note that 1 is not in the image of f(x, y) = x+y. There are no two natural numbers x and y such that x + y = 1. Thus f is not surjective. ...

hw5
School: Binghamton University
Course: MATH 330
... b) Prove that n < 2n for every natural number nc) Let a, b be natural numbers. Prove that if a. ... b) Prove that n < 2n for every natural number n c) Let a, b be natural numbers. Prove that if ab then a ≤ b. Make sure you justify ...

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School: University Of British Columbia
Course: MATH 320
Math 320 Assignment 1, out of ? send corrections to db5dmath.ubc.ca The natural numbers N = cfw_1, 2, . . . have properties that we will use without proof because I think you learned them in Math 220. ...

HW4 Solutions
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: MATH 21127
... 3.43  From the solutions manual: 3.44  In this problem we must determine which natural numbers can be expressed as the some of a nonnegative number of 3's and a nonnegative number of 10's. ...
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lecture1
School: Cairo University
Course: MATHEMATIC Mathematic
... University of Oslo August 26, 2010 Notation ▶ The set of natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers are denoted by N,Z,Q,R,C, respectively. ▶ R n(Cn ...
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HW s 33
School: George Mason University
Course: MATH 290
MATH 290 WRITING ASSIGNMENT 3 SOLUTIONS 1. Define the Fibonacci sequence {f1, f2, f3, ...} by f1 = f2 = 1 and for n > 2, fn = fn−1 + fn−2. Use induction to prove that for all natural numbers n, fn = αn − βn α − β , where α = ...

Topic 1  Prime Numbers Lecture Material
School: McGill University
Course: MATH 180
... The natural numbers, also known as the counting numbers, denoted N, is the set of numbers used to count: N = {1,2,3,4, ...} Notice that 0 is not ...

quiz 1 solutions
School: University Of California, Riverside
Course: MATH CS11
Math 11 Name: Spring 2012 SID: Quiz 1 1. (6 points) Let X and Y be sets and X,Y  denote the number of elements in X and Y respectively (which we will assume are natural numbers). Suppose X = n, Y  = m, and X n Y  = k. What is (a) XUY  ...

222a1s
School: University Of Victoria
Course: MATH 222
MATH 222 FALL 2011, Assignment One (Answer key) 1. Let f : N → N be defined by f = {(x, 3x) : x ∈ N}. Let S be the set of all even natural numbers. Find the following sets. (a) f(S). f(S) = {6k : k ∈ N}. (b) f−1(S). f−1(S) = S. (c) f−1...
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325S16Q5sols
School: University Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Course: MATH 325
... 1. (10 points) Use induction to prove that 3+11+19+···+8n5) = 4n2 n for all natural numbers n. If at any point, you use circular logic (assume the statement you are trying to prove), you will receive no credit. ...

Camp Problem 6B Final
School: Duquesne University
Course: MATHEMATIC 250
Brianna Camp Theorem 6B. For all natural numbers n, n ∑ i=1 1 4i2  1 = n 2n + 1 . Proof. ... Therefore, by the Principle of Mathematical Induction, n ∑ i=1 1 4i2  1 = n 2n + 1 for all natural numbers n. 1

Lesson 1a  Sets, Tuples, Fields, and Inverses
School: Carleton University
Course: MATH 1107
... B = {n2 : n = 1, 2, 3, } Some common sets you should know: ∅  Empty set N Natural Numbers {1,2,3, } Z Integers { , 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, } ...

Concept Questions and Review Guide Section 1  Sets of Numbers
School: Lewis University
Course: MATH 13325
... Page 1 of 2 Concepts Questions 1. What is the set of natural numbers? 2. What symbol is used to denote the set of natural numbers? ...