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Another quick question for the number theory gurus here:

Let P(n) predicate, n Natural number. Suppose that P(n) satisfies that P(1) is true, and if k in N, P(k) is true, then P(k+2) is true. Is P(n) true for ALL n in N? Why?

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# Is it true for all n, Natural number?

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