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Old 2020-03-21, 13:18   #2
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Originally Posted by Citrix View Post
For a given integer k, the sequence is defined as :-

S(0)=0
S(n)=(1-S(n-1))/k

What is the formula for the nth term?
Show that for large values of n the nth term converges on 1/(k+1) for k>1

Do you mean

S(k) = (1-S(k -1))/k

What is the formula for the kth term?
Show that for large values of k the kth term converges on 1/(k+1) for k>1

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