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Ed Quanta
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Feb6-04, 12:08 AM
P: 297
How do you go about proving a statement like n^3>n^2 for n is equal to or greater than 2? I can prove this using mathematical induction, but I am unsure how to show n^3-n^2 is an element of the set of natural numbers without just saying in general that this must always yield a number equal to or greater than 1.
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