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OpenStudy (anonymous):

want to know how to prove that the union of any set with this form {n,n+1,n+2,...} for any n is still in that form. EX) n=54 {54,55,56,57,..} and n=45 {45,46,47,..} so basically union is a subset hmm

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Induction comes to mind, but the precise language escapes me...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Do you have an actual question given to you that asks for this, or is this just something you're curious about?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hey thanks i think i got it sorry had this open

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