Hey! I'm struggling with the proof of the following theorem:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Sequence [tex](1+\frac{1}{k})^{k+1}[/tex], where k=1,2,3,..., is non-increasing.

Is there any chance of proving it by mathematical induction? Please could you give me a hint?

Thanks in advance!

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# Non-increasing sequence

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