Induction on n

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1. Jan 18, 2016

bubblewrap

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In the attached file it says that the formula for when n=2 implies the next one but I don't understand why it suddenly became (s-t0)^2 inside the integral instead of (s-t0) in the next one and keeps this pattern, it doesn't seem to be implied anywhere for me.

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2. Jan 18, 2016

Staff: Mentor

@bubblewrap,
Your first image was posted sideways, so I deleted it, and edited your post accordingly. Many members will not bother responding if an image is of poor quality or upside-down or sideways.

Please start a new thread with your question about the first image, and try to post the image so that it is oriented correctly.

Last edited: Jan 18, 2016
3. Jan 18, 2016

Erland

You get the second step in the inequality you ask about if you integrate the LHS and RHS of the previous inequality.

4. Jan 19, 2016

Thank you!