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"All positive integers n and all real numbers x >= -1."

My question is do you solve this normally and just keep x as itself or do you have to expand it like you do with n, making it k + 1 etc etc.

Thanks in advanced

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"All positive integers n and all real numbers x >= -1."

My question is do you solve this normally and just keep x as itself or do you have to expand it like you do with n, making it k + 1 etc etc.

Thanks in advanced

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A little more context would help, but if I am guessing your issue correctly the answer is no.

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Well an example would be:

|x^n| = |x|^n for every positive integer n and real number x.

|x^n| = |x|^n for every positive integer n and real number x.

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ZioX

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You show for any given n, x works.

Which kind of makes sense, don't you think?

Which kind of makes sense, don't you think?

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I have done a few examples and they all worked nicely.

Thanks.

Thanks.

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