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Problem

To show: all horses are the same color.
If there's one horse, certainly all horses are the same color.
If there are $n$ horses, then by the induction hypothesis horses 1 through $n - 1$ are the same color, and horses 2 through $n$ are the same color, but since horse 2 through $n - 1$ are in both sets, they overlap, so all horses are the same color.
What, if anything, is wrong with this logic?

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Contributer: Josh
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