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Find the first three iterates x1,x2,x3 of f(x)=2x5 for an initial value of x0=3.
x1=f(x0)
=f(1)
=2(1)5
=3
2(3)5
65
11
2(11)5
225
27
the first three iterates are: 3,11,27
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