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Prove thatais divisible by^{n+3}+ (a + 1)^{2n+3}a.^{2}+ a + 1

I can't quite remember the restrictions onn, though I'd imagine it'd be "for all real n ā„ -1" or something similar.

Thanks in advance! :)

EDIT: The way to do this would probably be through the method of mathematical induction, since that was the subject of class the day this problem was given.

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# Binomial theorem-related proof

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