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Discrete Math Help questions?

Let {asubn} be the sequence defined recursively by asub1=11, asub2=37, asubn= 7asub(n-1) - 10asub(n-2) for n greater than or equal to 3.

a) find asub1, asub2, asub3, asub4.

b)Prove that asubn = 5^n + 3(2^n) for all n greater than or equal to 1.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Hello SSome Help,

    I have posted a full solution to your question at one of the math help forums I help to moderate so that I may give you an easy to read explanation using LaTeX:

    http://www.mathhelpboards.com/f52/ssome-helps-ques...

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