darkprince14
  • darkprince14
suppose that T is a function so that T^K has a unique fixed point x* for some K>0. Show that x* is also the unique fixed point of T
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zzr0ck3r
  • zzr0ck3r
function operation here is composition?
darkprince14
  • darkprince14
yes
darkprince14
  • darkprince14
i'm thinking of provinf that T^K is a contraction but don't know how to even prove it. If there's another way we can prove this, it'll be a great help

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