# How do you write a recursive rule for a sequence?

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# Write a program which employs Recursion?

include int factorial(int n){ if(n 0 || n 1) return 1; return n*factorial(n-1); } int main(int argc, char *argv[]){ if(argc != 2){ printf("%s number", argv[0]); exit(1);

# Write a example of recursion?

Following function calculates factorial of a number using recursion.. unsigned int factorial(unsigned int a) { if (a == 1) return 1; else { a *= factorial(a-1);

# How do you write a recursive Formula?

3,6,9,12 A sub 1 = First (3) a sub n = a sub (n-1) + change (3)

# Recursive rule for the Fibonacci sequence?

x 1 =0 x 2 =1 for i > 2, x i = x i-1 + x i-2

# What is a recursive rule?

A recursive rule is one which can be applied over and over again to its own output

# How do you do recursive pattern rule?

a recursive pattern is when you always use the next term in the pattern... for example 4,(x2+1) 9,(x2+1) 19,(x2+1) 39,(x2+1) 79,(x2+1) 159

# What is a recursive rule in math?

It is a term for sequences in which a finite number of terms are defined explicitly and then all subsequent terms are defined by the preceding terms. The best known example i

# How do you write recursive algorithm?

Any algorithm, that refers to itself is recursive. Trivial example: gcd (a, b) := a if b=0 b if a=0 gcd (a mod b, b) if a>=b gcd (b mod a, a) if a

# Write a program to generate the Fibonacci sequence recursively and non recursively?

In c: int fibr(int n) { // Find nth Fibonacci number using recursion. if (n

# Write a rule to the sequence 10 8 6 4?

Each subsequent number in this sequence is 2 less than the previous. It is extremely likely that the next number in this sequence is 2.

# What is the rule for sequences?

There is no single rule. Furthermore, some rules can be extremely complicated.

# How do you find a recursive rule?

You can search on ebay or more likey to find at Staples :)
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# How is the recursive form of a sequence sometimes more useful than the closed form where a rule is found to find any term based on its position in the sequence?

"The recursive form is very useful when there aren't too many termsin the sequence. For instance, it would be fairly easy to find the5th term of a sequence recursively, but th

# What is the difference between a geometric sequence and a recursive formula?

The two are totally unrelated. .

# How do you write the rule for a sequence?

You can write it as U n or f(n) equal to some function of n, where the function can be anything at all.
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# What is the recursive rule for the sequence -7.4 -21.2 -35 -48.8 -62.6 and acirc and 128 and brvbar?

A) an=an-1 -13.8 B) an=an -1+13.8 C) an=an+1+13.8 D)an=an+1-13.8