Counting on by one is the same as successor function

Counting on by one from a whole number is the same as the successor function.  We use the same notation, prime.


We can use S for successor

S(2) = 3

If we used C for counting on by one, then

C(2) = 3

If we use C(i,j) for counting on from i by j, then

C(i,0) = i

C(i,j’) = C(i,j)’

These are the same identities as for addition.



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