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Give a recursive definition of the sequence {an}, n = 1,2,

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Problem 8E

Give a recursive definition of the sequence {an}, n = 1,2, 3.…ifa) an = 4n - 2.b) an = 1 + (?1)n.c)an = n(n + 1).d) an = n2.

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