 Homework 6Comments
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DetailsSection  Problem  Notes


2.4  16b 
  26b  Do not give a recursive formula. I should be able to determine a_{100} by just plugging in 100, for instance. Assume the first term is a_{1.
}   32d 
  40 
 2.6  4b  Show all of the intermediate calculations.
  10  Make sure to specify the size or tell why it is not defined.
  26  Write out the intermediate step(s)
  28  Write out the intermediate step(s) 


