# Principle of Mathematical Induction Class 11 Maths

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**Summary**

*One key basis for mathematical thinking is deductive reasoning. In contrast to deduction, inductive reasoning depends on working with different cases and developing a conjecture by observing incidences till we have observed each and every case. Thus, in simple language we can say the word ‘induction’ means the generalisation from particular cases or facts.*

*The principle of mathematical induction is one such tool which can be used to prove a wide variety of mathematical statements. Each such statement is assumed as P(n) associated with positive integer n, for which the correctness for the case n = 1 is examined. Then assuming the truth of P(k) for some positive integer k, the truth of P (k+1) is established.*

## Lectures for Principle of Mathematical Induction Class 11 Maths

## Lecture - 1

- Introduction to Principle of mathematical induction, explanation using dominos
- Proof of Arithmetic Progression using PMI
- NCERT Exercise 4.1 (Q1 to Q5)