In DISCRETE MATHEMATICS & APPLICATIONS Write a note about application of mathematical induction in daily life. Give two examples (150 words).

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asked 2020-11-12
In DISCRETE MATHEMATICS & APPLICATIONS Write a note about application of mathematical induction in daily life. Give two examples (150 words).

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2020-11-13
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Application of mathematical induction in daily life.
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Discrete mathematics:
discrete mathematics is the study of mathematical structure that is the countable or otherwise distinct and separable structure that are discrete are combination ,graphs, and logical statement \discreate structure can be finite or infinite.
example:-
In a line of closely arranged dominoes if the first domino falls then all the dominos will fall because if any one domino falls it means that the next domino will fall too
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