Define by for all . Show that f has exactly one fixed point.
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You do know that is strictly increasing on ?
The find a solution to where .
Okay, the solution I found was t=1, but you said t > 1. I can't find a solutoin that matches this condition.
Originally Posted by tttcomrader Okay, the solution I found was t=1. How in the world is t=1 a solution?
Originally Posted by tttcomrader Define by for all . Show that f has exactly one fixed point. If is a fixed point of then:
Now introduce , solve the equation you get for y, and then sort the roots according to if they correspond to valid solutions of the original fixed point problem.
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