let 〈xn〉n=1...∞ be a sequence satisfying xn+1=xn-xn-1 for each n. Prove that xn+6=xn for all n belonging to N using the below formula xn=p((1+i(sqrt3))/2)n+q((1-i(sqrt3))/2)n p...

let 〈xn〉n=1...∞ be a sequence satisfying xn+1=xn-xn-1 for each n. Prove that xn+6=xn for all n belonging to N using the below formula xn=p((1+i(sqrt3))/2)n+q((1-i(sqrt3))/2)n p...

use the well-ordering principle. Please help with this question, it's a practice problem, I just can't figure out. Thank you!

let m,n belong to N, and m,n>1, prove that mn< (m+n)choose 2 Please help. Thank you!

let 〈xn〉n=1...∞ be a sequence satisfying xn+1=xn-xn-1 for each n. Prove that ∀ n ∈ N, xn+6=xn by induction Please help me. I'm reviewing for my final and something...

let 〈xn〉n=1...∞ be a sequence satisfying xn+1=xn-xn-1 for each n. Prove that ∀ n ∈ N, xn+6=xn by induction

Determine is, in general, true or false. Recall that a universal statement is true if it is true for all possible cases while it is false if there is even one counterexample. Be prepared to...

Determine is, in general, true or false. Recall that a universal statement is true if it is true for all possible cases while it is false if there is even one counterexample. Be prepared to...

Determine is, in general, true or false. Recall that a universal statement is true if it is true for all possible cases while it is false if there is even one counterexample. Be prepared to...

Determine is, in general, true or false. Recall that a universal statement is true if it is true for all possible cases while it is false if there is even one counterexample. Be prepared...

let G=(V,E) be a graph where V={A⊆N5||A|=2} and E={{A,B}⊆V|A∩B=ø} sketch this graph and find its size

For a 2 coin toss experiment, what are the set of events that are statistically independent when you assume: a) equally likely outcomes b) not equally likely outcomes

Given the information x1=1 and x2=2, and ∀ n≥2, xn+1=4xn-5xn-1, find explicitly the values of p,q which make xn=p(2+i)n+q(2+i)n for every n. I am really having...

Determine is, in general, true or false. Recall that a universal statement is true if it is true for all possible cases while it is false if there is even one counterexample. Be prepared...

Please help! I do not know how to do this practice problem. My professor told us to try it for fun. But, he never went over it in class. And now im curious

A club has 30 members under the age of 30 and 40 members who are 30 or older. In how many ways can a slate of officers be chosen if the President and atleast one other officer must be at least 30...

please help, Im very confused. This one on my exam and I didnt understand it at all. Want to know the answer so I can study for my final.

prove that for every n∈N , ( 2n choose n) is even

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