Counting on induction

We need to decide on terminology and meaning for mathematical induction for counting on.

If you start from 0 and count on to any number and then count on to the next number, then you count on to every number.

We can also say:

If you start from 0 and count on by one to reach any number and count on to reach the next number then you eventually reach every number.

If you start from 0 and count on by one to reach any number and continue to count on to reach the next number then you eventually reach every number.

If you count on starting from 0 and if you reach any number, you also count on to the next number, then you eventually reach every number.

If you count on starting from 0 and if you reach any number, you also count on to the next number, then you count on to every number.

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