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1. https://a9497d7f220e174d38d014b2b1d8...%20Edexcel.pdf

Question 3

how do i know that =1?
2. (Original post by thefatone)
https://a9497d7f220e174d38d014b2b1d8...%20Edexcel.pdf

Question 3

how do i know that =1?
You don't. You know that
3. (Original post by nerak99)
You don't. You know that
but you do to reach that conclusion

look you just put in n=1 to get out of the reccurence relation what you've stated but how do i know that

n=1???
4. Well, for a start, I would not really call this a recurrence relation. It is a formula where we are told that
Hence, if n=1 .

Otherwise, I do not understand your question. Yes, I just put in n=1 but that is what is required here.

It turns out that anyway.
5. (Original post by nerak99)
Well, for a start, I would not really call this a recurrence relation. It is a formula where we are told that
Hence, if n=1 .

Otherwise, I do not understand your question. Yes, I just put in n=1 but that is what is required here.
how do you know this where have you gotten n=1 from? why isn't n=2?
6. We are told in a) that and we have used that fact.

I think you should go off and have a rest and come back later.

From your previous post have you not done C1 or was that agonising just about a practice paper?
7. (Original post by nerak99)
We are told in a) that and we have used that fact.

I think you should go off and have a rest and come back later.

From your previous post have you not done C1 or was that agonising just about a practice paper?
that was me being super annoyed about the fact that i can't not make stupid mistakes
yes i do need a rest but i can't afford one, i need to do more C1
(Original post by Malandirix)
The n is different for each term. In the case of u1 n=1
in the case of u3 n = 3
i see so the number below the u is the number n= ..... right thanks
8. Well that is OK. I will take your future rep award as an apology.
9. (Original post by thefatone)
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The formula says that the given relation is true for all natural n. You can plug in whatever n you want, plug in n=2 if you want. It'll just be utterly useless and a waste of your time. The only useful ones you get is from and . If you can't see why that is the most useful ones to plug in, then you really do need to have a rest.
10. (Original post by Zacken)
The formula says that the given relation is true for all natural n. You can plug in whatever n you want, plug in n=2 if you want. It'll just be utterly useless and a waste of your time. The only useful ones you get is from and . If you can't see why that is the most useful ones to plug in, then you really do need to have a rest.
i guess but it can't be helped, i've tanned out these C1 and i need to do more, i can't do less, it won't help(yes yes overworking will exhaust me etc and i may not learn anything) but then again any new format of question i come across and i do i will remember and know how to do it the next time....

uberteknik looks like your advice was good ^-^ and other ppl say the same thing too xD
11. (Original post by thefatone)
i guess but it can't be helped, i've tanned out these C1 and i need to do more, i can't do less, it won't help(yes yes overworking will exhaust me etc and i may not learn anything) but then again any new format of question i come across and i do i will remember and know how to do it the next time....

uberteknik looks like your advice was good ^-^ and other ppl say the same thing too xD
Okay.
12. (Original post by Zacken)
Okay.

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