Find the solution of a discrete dynamical system

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Find the solution of a discrete dynamical system

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hey btm I solved your problem

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\[a _{0}=3 \]

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\[a _{n}=2a_{n-1}+ 2 \]

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thanks for that...

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this is another one and I have worked it out but doesn't seem to fit

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I got it

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a0=3
a1= 2(a0)+2
a2= 2(a1)+2 = 2[2(a0)+2]+2=2 (3 + 2 a0)
a3= 2(a2)+2=2(3+2a0)+2=2 (7 + 4a0)

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ok...I will be back in 10 minutes...I have more if you can help

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a4=2 (15 + 8 a0])
At this point you should see a pattern
aN= 2(2^n\[a_n=(2^n-1)+2^{n-1}a_0\]

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thanks...not checking out on calculator

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what do you mean?

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there is a way on graphing cal. to enter the system to check to see if the solution works

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it works by hand so thanks!

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I have two more...can you help

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sure,

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\[b _{0}=3\]

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\[b _{n}=.25b _{n-1}-1-n\]

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b1=.25*b0 - 1 - 1=0.25 (-8. +b0)
b2=.25*b1 - 1 - 2=-3 + 0.25` (-2 + 0.25` b0)=0.0625 (-56. +b0)
b3=-4 + 0.25 (-3 + 0.25 (-2 + 0.25 b0))=0.015625 (-312. + b0)
The pattern I could figure out was
\[b_n=.25^n[-( 4/9 (3* 2^{2 n} n+2^{2 n+1}-2) + b_0)\]

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thanks and last one

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\[r _{0}=3\]

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did you see the solution to your credit card problem?

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\[r _{n}=r _{n-1}+2\]

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have to go back and read/study it

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This one is rather easy

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r1=2+r0
r2=4+r0
r3=6+r0
I will let you figure out the pattern yourself

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yes it since it is linear and of order 1

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what year are you?

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ooopss have another one

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actually in graduate school for Educational Psychology but taking 1 credit math module for financial aid purposes...grrhhh

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but I'm learning some real life applications in the process

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\[d _{0}=3\]

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I am sure of the relation between psyc and this

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*I am not sure of the relation between psyc and this

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\[r _{n}=.65a _{n-1}+1.05(.5)^{n}\]

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I know that is why its is frustrating to figure this stuff out on my own without a professor

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a lot of work for 1 credit....

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1 credit hour?

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so I truly appreciate your help!

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YES!

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I don't think my uni has any 1 credit hour class

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approved modules for financial aid purpose...doesn't count towards degree...go figure!

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I remember some grad student in my physics, never knew why

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so frustrating but can't afford to pay out of pocket right now

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this is first and last semester taking this route...actually have 3 summer courses so don't have to worry about it then

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you going for phd?

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masters then maybe doctorate...

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did you see last problem

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Yea, working on it

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are you doing by hand

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most of it

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