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    one place vector valued recurrence relation

    xk+1 = -5xk + 4yk yk+1 = -12xk + 9yk

    subject to v0 = (x0 y0) = (1 1)

    If someone could walk me through the steps, or give me any help at all, that would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnMyWayToBeAMathProffesor View Post
    xk+1 = -5xk + 4yk yk+1 = -12xk + 9yk

    subject to v0 = (x0 y0) = (1 1)

    If someone could walk me through the steps, or give me any help at all, that would be great.
    Try rewritting this so people can understand it.

    If you can't be bothered to learn LaTeX properly treat the subscripts as arguments, so you would write x_{k+u} as x(k+u)

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    Just to rewrite: x_{k+1}=-5x_k+4y_ky_{k+1}=-12x_k+9y_k Is this correct? ("x_k" produces " x_k" and "x_{k+1}" produces " x_{k+1}" in LaTeX.)

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