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Suppose I have some iterative function $x_{n+1}=\sin(x_n)$. I want to demonstrate an iteration on a plot by graphing $y=\sin(x)$ and $y=x$, then drawing lines from the graph of x to the graph of sin x, like in this page:

http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/IteratingLinearFunctions/

I would try to google or check the documentation to do this, but I have no idea on what keywords to use, nor do I have any clue on where to begin.

Thanks!

[I also don't know how to get LaTeX to work in this forum. Sorry!]

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# Mathematica - Showing iterations graphically

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