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WTS μ^(n)=ε.

I having a hard time seeing how to start the proof. It seems obvious that of you have n elements your going to need n μ's because each μ gets you one number closer to the original number. Ive tried transpositions but that didn't seem to work very well, I got lost in all the notation. Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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# Homework Help: Algebra Proof

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