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The lesson that I am working on is called mathematical induction. The only problem is that the lesson was not explained very clearly due to a problem with the recording so I have no idea how to complete this problem.

Find p k+1(This is little under the p) for the given Pk(K is little).

Pk = k/2(3k-1)

Thank you for helping!!

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    for Pk+1 put k+1 in for k in each instance.

    Pk+1 = (k+1)/2(3k+3-1)

    then simplify

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