🔑 The principle of induction is a mathematical concept that allows mathematicians to prove statements or theorems without individually proving them for each natural number.

⏰ The principle of induction saves time by showing that if a property holds for one number and assuming it holds for any arbitrary number, it also holds for the next number.

🧮 Blaise Pascal is credited with creating the principle of induction, which simplifies the work of mathematicians.

🔑 The principle of mathematical induction is used to prove that the sum of the interior angles of any convex polygon is equal to the number of sides minus two multiplied by 180 degrees.

📐 The smallest convex polygon, a triangle, serves as the base case where the sum of the interior angles is 180 degrees.

🔁 Using the principle of mathematical induction, it is shown that if the property holds true for a polygon with n sides, it also holds true for a polygon with n+1 sides.

🔺 Creating a triangle by joining two sides of a polygon.

➕ Sum of interior angles of a polygon with n sides is 180 * (n-2).

✅ The principle of mathematical induction is proven.