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Topic: seq question -again
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Gus Gassmann

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Re: seq question -again
Posted: Oct 4, 2009 11:03 PM
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leiko wrote:
> hello everyone, I posted this a while ago, but no one responded, so i
> thought I should give it another try because probably not everyone has
> seen the earlier post.
> If we have a recursion x_1=2, x_n=2^(x_n-1), how does one show that
> the sequence x_n(mod m) stabilizes in Z/mZ for any m ?

What do you mean by "stabilizes"?

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