Writing a sequence in terms of n.
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
given: Vn+1=Vn*cos(pi/2^(n+2)) 2. Relevant equations Write a sequence Vn in terms of n 3. The attempt at a solution we substitute n with n1 and we get: V(n1)+1= Vn1*cos(pi/2^(n1+2)) Vn=Vn1*cos(pi/2^(n+1) Is this correct? 
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Alright it was an extra credit question in class just wanted to make sure if it was correct. Thank you very much.

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Off topic question, do u know any good latex software i can't used the stuff given in the forums.

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I mostly use the LaTeX from the Forums.
To check my code I sometimes use mimeTeX online. Do a search in these Forums. 
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Alright really appreciate it.

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Google Lyx and/or Miktex.

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U_{n+1}=V_{n}+U_{n} 
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Yea i can't get it to come out like that how can i do it?

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You have to enclose tex expressions with tex or itex tags. They are like the $$ or $ tags in regular tex. Right click on the expression to see the source.
[Edit] Woops, that doesn't show the tags. Start to reply with a quote to the post with the tex and you will see the tex tags. It's like this: [tox]Put your tex here[/tox] and use tex instead of tox. (If I use tex you won't see the tags). 
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[tex]U_{n+1}=V_{n}+U_{n}[/tex]
alright i got it to work thanx a million! 
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Yep. You can use itex for inline and you can preview your posts before you submit them to see it's all OK.

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