let be the equation f(g(t))=g(t) where f is known but g(t) not.... i think that perhaps we could solve it by iteration so g(t) would be(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

g(t)=fofofofofofofo...... where fof means the composition of f with itself...is that solution right? i do not even konw if my process to solve the functional equation is right and will converge to the solution.. has any other solution?...

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# Iterative functional equation

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