Find the largest natural number m such that n^3 -n is divisible by m for n element N. Prove your assertion.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How exactly do you begin this

im thinking the largest m could possible be is n^3 -n, but im not sure.

To be divisible we know that

mk=n^3-n for some k

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# Homework Help: Induction proof

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