Inductive Set/Examples

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Examples of Inductive Sets

Inductive Set as Subset of Real Numbers

A specific instance of such an inductive set is defined by some authors as follows:

Let $I$ be a subset of the real numbers $\R$.

Then $I$ is an inductive set if and only if:

$1 \in I$


$x \in I \implies \paren {x + 1} \in I$