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    Integer Sequence and prove

    can you help of this question ?
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    Could you write the answer to part (a)? To remind, \lfloor x\rfloor is a function that rounds x down to an integer, e.g., \lfloor 3.8\rfloor=3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emakarov View Post
    Could you write the answer to part (a)? To remind, \lfloor x\rfloor is a function that rounds x down to an integer, e.g., \lfloor 3.8\rfloor=3.
    I know it but I can't understand of this.
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    E.g., \lfloor 8/2\rfloor=4, so a_8=2a_4. Also, \lfloor 7/2\rfloor=3, so a_7=2a_3.
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    If 2\le n \le 8 then \left\lfloor {\frac{n}{1}} \right\rfloor  = 1,1,2,2,3,3,4.
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