(a) Write out expressions for f(3) and g(3) in terms of a, and compute their values in case a = 10.
(b) Give a simplified expression for g(n), for an arbitrary n.
(c) What is the property that exponentiation lacks, a property that addition and multiplication enjoy, that is illustrated by the difference between f and g? As a remark, the function is called tetration.
Explain in your own words, making up a metaphor if you like, why induction is a valid method of proof of ɏnP(n), where P is some predicate on N.
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