Hi I'm currently working on an assignment and one of the questions requires me make a plot of the following. I am told that Excel can produce the plot but I don't know how to enter the equation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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x_{n + 1} = \frac{{11.5x_n }}{{1 + x_n ^2 }} - \lambda ,x_0 > 0

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A few values of lambda are specified. If there is a way to plot this on Excel? Any help would be great thanks.

Note: I hope this isn't the wrong forum for this question.

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# Using excel to make plots

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