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    Logistsic Recurrence Sequence



    Hence



    I don't see how.
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    You can derive it from the last statement

    (E-Q_{n+1})-(E-Q_n) = Q_n - Q_{n+1}

    Hence, if

    (1 - \frac{E-Q_n}{E}) = (\frac{Q_n}{E})

    the conclusion is correct. If you split the first part in

    (1- \frac{E}{E} + \frac{Q_n}{E})

    you'll see this is the case.

    Something seems wrong with either my latex or the forums compiler, so i'll leave it this way.

    Hope this helps.
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