- May 15, 2020
MA多伦多大学 MAT 137课业解析题意：完成三道计算题解析：第三题：
. For which positive integers n ≥ 1 does 2^n > n^2 hold? Prove your claim by induction.
证明：n>=5（1）当 n=5 时，2^5=32 > 5^2=25，不等式成立 （2）假设 n=k (k>5)时，2^k > k^2; 则 n = k+1 时，2^(k+1)=22^k > 2(k^2)=(k-1)^2-2+(k+1)^2
即 n>5 时，假设成立
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