Terms that refer to previous terms to define the next term is called recursive. . The recursive formula is called recurrence relation. . Information about the beginning sequence is called the initial condition or conditions..

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Terms that refer to previous terms to define the next term is called recursive The recursive formula is called recurrence relation Information about the beginning sequence is called the initial condition or conditions ID: 652544 Download Presentation

Some of these recurrence relations can be solved using iteration or some other ad hoc technique. . However, one important class of recurrence relations can be explicitly solved in a systematic way. These are recurrence relations that express the terms of a sequence as linear combinations of previous terms..

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