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# Recursive functions watch

1. I asked this on another forum :

http://vvcap.net/db/eK8poiQurF4YgAacDpkm.htp

and someone answered my question with:

http://vvcap.net/db/Tx39N5Xd6IpSsvAE711g.htp

Could someone please explain to me in basic terms how this answer was solved?

I understand it partially but i don't understand why e.g. 3^2 is continuing throughout the sequence =/
2. anyone
3. (Original post by Maths94)
I asked this on another forum :

http://vvcap.net/db/eK8poiQurF4YgAacDpkm.htp

and someone answered my question with:

http://vvcap.net/db/Tx39N5Xd6IpSsvAE711g.htp

Could someone please explain to me in basic terms how this answer was solved?

I understand it partially but i don't understand why e.g. 3^2 is continuing throughout the sequence =/
The recursive formula:
f(0)=0

So

or you can write
4. (Original post by ztibor)
The recursive formula:
f(0)=0

So

or you can write
Where does the 5 come from for 9+5?
5. (Original post by Maths94)
Where does the 5 come from for 9+5?
f(2)=5 one above

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