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Which of the following could be the recursive definition of the sequence 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, ...? a. a_1 = 1, and a_n = a_n - 1 + n - 1 for n greaterthanorequalto 2. b. a_1 = 0, and a_n = a_n- 1 + n - 1 for n greaterthanorequalto 2. c. a_1 = 0, and a_n = a_n - 1 + n for n greaterthanorequalto 2. d. a_1 = 1, and a_n = a_n - 1 + n for n greaterthanorequalto 2.

Dec 26 2020 12:43 AM

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In the given sequence first number is 1 .Hence a1 = 1 So , clearly option b and c can...

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