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mdm12Section1_1_OddSolutionsFinal

# mdm12Section1_1_OddSolutionsFinal - Q1-5 Q11-13 Q17 Q7-9...

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Q1-5 Q7-9 Q11-13 Q15 Q17 CHAPTER 1 Section 1.1, pp. 10–13 Solutions to Odd Number Problems 1. a) Iterative; the cycle repeats itself. b) Iterative; the light reflects repeatedly from the mirrors. c) Non-iterative; the pattern of the dials does not repeat. d) Iterative; the cycle repeats itself. e) Non-iterative; there is a single answer. f) Iterative; the pattern repeats. 3. 5. The tracing shows irregularities according to the pulse rates. Sketches may vary. Top

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7. For easy viewing, the shaded part described in the text is shown as the “white part” in the diagram below: Stage 1: shaded part = 1 – 8/9 of the original figure Stage 2: shaded part= 1 – 8/9 + (8/9)(1 - 8/9) = 1- (8/9) 2 Stage 3: shaded part = 1-(8/9) 2 + (8/9) 2 (1- 8/9) = 1 - (8/9) 2 + (8/9) 2 - (8/9) 3 = 1 - (8/9) 3 Stage n: shaded part in text = white region in diagram: 1 - (8/9) n . 9. t n -2 = a t n -1 = b t n = b 2 – 3 a t 1 = 2 t 2 = 4 t 3 = 4 2 – 3(2) = 10 t 2 = 4 t 3 = 10 t 4 = 10 2 – 3(4) = 88 t 3 = 10 t 4 = 88 t 5 = 88 2 – 3(10) = 7714 t 4 = 88 t 5 = 7714 t 6 = 7714 2 – 3(88) = 59 505 532 Top
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