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It is impossible to read exactly what the expression is - it looks like there are some operators missing from expression: between the 2 and 5n, between the 5 and n, between the 3 and n.

As written it looks like: 25n + 3 + 5n + 3n + 2 = 33n + 5 which is not divisible by 17 for n = 1 (at least).

Please re-ask your question spelling out every operator, eg 2 bracket 5n plus 3 close bracket plus 3 minus n...

Q: Prove for any natural number n the expression 2 5n plus 3 plus 5 n plus 3 n plus 2 is divided by number 17?

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9.546 as an improper fraction in its simplest form is 4773/500 which proves that it is a rational number

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# For every natural number x, x = x. That is, equality is reflexive. # For all natural numbers x and y, if x = y, then y = x. That is, equality is symmetric. # For all natural numbers x, y and z, if x = y and y = z, then x = z. That is, equality is transitive. # For all a and b, if a is a natural number and a = b, then b is also a natural number. That is, the natural numbers are closed under equality. # 0 is a natural number. # For every natural number n, S(n) is a natural number. # For every natural number n, S(n) ≠ 0. That is, there is no natural number whose successor is 0. # For all natural numbers m and n, if S(m) = S(n), then m = n. That is, S is an # If K is a set such that: #* 0 is in K, and #* for every natural number n, if n is in K, then S(n) is in K, then K contains every natural number. # If φ is a unary predicate such that: # #: #:* φ(0) is true, and #: #:* for every natural number n, if φ(n) is true, then φ(S(n)) is true, #: then φ(n) is true for every natural number n. Or. None of the above is relevant as... 1 + 1 = 3

Long division 8/11 = 8 divided by 11 .7272727272recurring

Friends, faulty logic is for fun - nothing serious about it. Yes, it's wrong, however the reason beneath is hidden :) So try and prove that 1divided by 2 is not 0.5. No, because it is, and if they do, there is something wrong with it.

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9.546 as an improper fraction in its simplest form is 4773/500 which proves that it is a rational number

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A variable raised to a power:i.e., X2 is not equal to 2X...you can prove it by substituting a number for X...if you choose X=1, then 12 = 1 & 21 = 2, which are not equal obviously.

The same reasoning you may have seen in high school to prove that the square root of 2 is not rational can be applied to the square root of any natural number that is not a perfect square.

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