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This video introduces the concept of mathematical induction. It concentrates on the specific example

\displaystyle\sum_{k=1}^n (2k-1) = n^2

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This question appears in the following syllabi:

SyllabusModuleSectionTopicExam Year
AQA A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)FP2ProofProof by induction-
AQA AS Further Maths 2017Pure MathsSequences, Series and ProofProof by Induction-
AQA AS/A2 Further Maths 2017Pure MathsSequences, Series and ProofProof by Induction-
CBSE XI (India)AlgebraMathematical InductionProof by induction-
CCEA A-Level (NI)FP2ProofProof by induction-
Edexcel A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)FP1ProofProof by induction-
Edexcel AS Further Maths 2017Core Pure MathsProof by InductionProof by Induction-
Edexcel AS/A2 Further Maths 2017Core Pure MathsProof by InductionProof by Induction-
I.B. Higher Level1ProofProof by induction-
Methods (UK)M6ProofProof by induction-
OCR A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)FP1ProofProof by induction-
OCR AS Further Maths 2017Pure CoreProofProof by Induction-
OCR MEI AS Further Maths 2017Core Pure AProofProof by Induction-
OCR-MEI A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)FP1ProofProof by induction-
Scottish Advanced HighersM2ProofProof by induction-
Scottish (Highers + Advanced)AM2ProofProof by induction-
Universal (all site questions)PProofProof by induction-
WJEC A-Level (Wales)FP1ProofProof by induction-