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Lecture# Induction & Recursion: Advanced Concepts

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This lecture covers the advanced concepts of induction and recursion. It starts with proving statements by induction, then moves on to recursively defined functions, sets, and structures. The lecture also includes examples of summation formulas, inequalities, and Fibonacci numbers.

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