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MTH202 Discrete Mathematics Assignment No.3 solution Fall 2013
Assignment 3 Of MTH202 (Fall 2012)
Due Date: 15-01-2013
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Q#01: Use mathematical induction to prove that for every integer with . (Note that this inequality is false for and .) Marks = 6
Q#02: Find the GCD of and using Division Algorithm. Marks = 4
Q#03: Define a sequence by the formula , for all integers . Show that this sequence satisfies the recurrence relation , with and for all integers . Marks = 5
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