Prove this has no solution for t>4.
>YOU WILL DO THE HOMEWORK >YOU WILL ENJOY IT
>>12744366I made this, not homework.
>>12744388Sure you did. You made the image based on your HW. What do you hope to gain from cheating? You realize it'll only get harder from hereon out, right?
f(5)=f(5-2)=f(3)=f(3-2)=f(1)=1*1=1f(5)=1 so it does have solutions for t>4
>>12744353This is an oscillating function isnt it?
>>12744353what do you mean by "no solution"? is there no such function?
>>12744353counterproof by drawing
>>12744353> Prove this has no solution for t>4.But a solution is already given, [math]f(t-2)[/math]. That just recurses until [math]t<2[/math]
>>12744353>presents the definition of a fucntion>"pRovE ThiS HaS nO solUtION"what is the PROBLEM that needs a solution?
>>12744353That's a definition, not a problem, your turd.Also>homeworkGTFO
>defines a function>demands solution
>>12745252'tis worse>several repliers actually treat it as a problem in need of a solution
>>12744353f not defined for t>4QED
>>12745314>t>4 does not imply t>2
>>12745314yes, it is
>>12744353f(4-2) => f(2) => f(t-2) => f(0) => t*t => 0
>>12745427>f(4-2) implies f(2) implies f(t-2) implies f(0) implies t*t implies 0
>>12745428Yes and your point is what precisely??