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So, I am trying to prove the Fundamental Counting Principle using induction. I have no clue where to start or even how to use induction to prove it. I would appreciate some help.

The Question in a mathematical form: Let [itex]^\sharp (A) = m[/itex] and [itex] ^\sharp (B) = n[/itex]. Proove by induction that [itex] ^\sharp (A \times B) = mn [/itex]

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# Homework Help: Fundamental Counting Principle

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