be any positive integer and be propositions .
Now given that is true and implies .
From here using induction on n we can claim that is a true statement for all .
Proof : Suppose is not true ,
is not true , because if true then by given condition in (b) .
is not true .
is not true .
.........
is not true , a contradiction .
Hence is true for all .
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