Prove that the following code returns the n^{th} odd natural number by structural induction.For instance , func(3)=5.Consider func(0) to be undefined

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b)Prove that the following code returns the \(n^{th}\) odd natural number by structural induction.For instance , func(3)=5.Consider func(0) to be undefined.
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