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Problem 2E

Find f  (l), f (2), f (3), f (4), and f (5) if f (n) is defined recursively by f (0) = 3 and for n = 0, 1, 2,…

a)     f(n + 1) =  −2 f(n).

b)   f (n +1) =3 f (n)+7.

c) f (n + l)= f (n)2 - 2 f (n)- 2.

d) f (n + 1) = 3f(n)/3.

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