If one were to solve an iterative system, how would they do so. I'm studying them, and am wondering how to find fixed points?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example, say I have [tex]x_{n+1}[/tex]=[tex]x_{n}^{2}[/tex] and was looking at fixed points how would I do so. I'm studying fixed points and attracting and repelling.

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# Iterative Systems of Difference Equations

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