Discrete Structures  Proving a statement true
Trying to prove that the statement is true, which I am sure it is. Much like the last problem posted here, I am unsure how to go about solving it
I do not believe a negation is necessary but I could be wrong
Adilling3654
52
Answer
Answers can only be viewed under the following conditions:
 The questioner was satisfied with and accepted the answer, or
 The answer was evaluated as being 100% correct by the judge.
Alessandro Iraci
1.7K

Thank you for the help with the two questions I posted here, despite receiving just the answer, it does help!

No problem!
The answer is accepted.
Join Matchmaticians Affiliate Marketing
Program to earn up to a 50% commission on every question that your affiliated users ask or answer.
 answered
 527 views
 $3.50
Related Questions
 Discrete math
 Logic Question π΄∨π΅→πΆβ’(π΄→πΆ)∧(π΅→πΆ)
 Logic Question π΄∧(π΅∨πΆ)β’(π΄∧π΅)∨(π΄∧πΆ)
 Let A be an uncountable set, B a countable subset of A, and C the complement of B in A. Prove that there exists a onetoone correspondence between A and C.
 Logic Question π΄→(π΅→πΆ),π΄→π΅,π΄β’πΆ
 Why does this spatial discretization with n intervals have a position of (n1)/n for each interval?
 Given $f(x)  f(y) \leq Mxy^2$ , prove that f is constant.
 Fluid Mechanics  algebra