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i need help solving this question:

g(n) = 5^(2n) - 6n + 8
show that g(k+1) = 25g(k) + 9(16k - 22)

thanks!!
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Original post by adeline.g
i need help solving this question:

g(n) = 5^(2n) - 6n + 8
show that g(k+1) = 25g(k) + 9(16k - 22)

thanks!!
Just evaualte g(k+1) and rearrange.in terms of g(k). Post what youve tried if you cant get it to work.

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