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3a, 1+4a, 2 with initial terms
Find the solution to the recurrence relation an
5 and a1
8.
ao
%3D
%3D
an
6.
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3a, 1+4a, 2 with initial terms Find the solution to the recurrence relation an 5 and a1 8. ao %3D %3D an 6.

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Step 1

First determine the characteristic polynomial for this recurrence relation and find its roots as.

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Step 2

Now general solution can be determined to be as.

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Step 3

Use initial conditions given to fi...

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