Let Where there are r iterations of the function So Evaluate
Last edited by smokesalot; Mar 22nd 2013 at 05:13 AM.
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Hey smokesalot. Have you looked at finding a continued fraction form of your function?
No, not really. The problem is that I don't completely understand the question Make that count 205 and help me here!
Last edited by smokesalot; Mar 22nd 2013 at 05:42 AM.
Originally Posted by smokesalot Let Where there are r iterations of the function So Evaluate This has a really nice simple answer. First calculate the explicit forms of . For example: .
Originally Posted by Plato This has a really nice simple answer. First calculate the explicit forms of . For example: .
Last edited by smokesalot; Mar 22nd 2013 at 08:25 AM.
I am working on it now. I think I can do it!!!
does that mean f_{0} = f_{2013}? then the answer is Am I correct?
Originally Posted by smokesalot does that mean f_{0} = f_{2013}? then the answer is Am I correct? Exactly.
Thank you so much. I always get intimidated by this kind of questions but next time I will be brave and look for the pattern. There has to be one!
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