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    Define the sequences x(n),y(n) by, x(0)=0, x(n)=n-y(x(n-1)), \ y(n)=n-x(y(n-1)) for n \geq 1. Determined closed expressions for these sequences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chandru1 View Post
    Define the sequences x(n),y(n) by, x(0)=0, x(n)=n-y(x(n-1)), \ y(n)=n-x(y(n-1)) for n \geq 1. Determined closed expressions for these sequences.
    what is y(0)?
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    oops!

    sorry for the inconvinience. y(0)=1
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