Discrete Math
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"The cube of every real number x is greater than or equal to x, and we can see that since 2^3=8>=2." ?
Is this a correct argument?

Discrete Math 
drwls
No.
Two is not "every real number", and showing it is true for 2 is not a general proof.
The conclusion is also not correct.
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