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How do you find a recurrence relation from a given problem?

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How do you find a recurrence relation from a given problem?

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Huh?

I think you need to give us some more info: what is the problem you are thinking of?

I think you need to give us some more info: what is the problem you are thinking of?

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as in your series of numbers i; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7?

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as in your series of numbers i; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7?

no. The series I'm told to find a recurrence relation for has the first 7 numbers given to me. I know have to find a recurrence relation for these numbers.

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no. The series I'm told to find a recurrence relation for has the first 7 numbers given to me. I know have to find a recurrence relation for these numbers.

What you will need to do is to spot a pattern with the numbers. You should post your specific question in the homework forums, and show us what you have done towards answering the problem. Such a cryptic conversation as this will not help anyone!

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What you will need to do is to spot a pattern with the numbers. You should post your specific question in the homework forums, and show us what you have done towards answering the problem. Such a cryptic conversation as this will not help anyone!

Advice taken. Here is the thread and the specific question.

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?p=1744031#post1744031

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