Precalculus
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Find the first three iterates of the function f(x)=x^22, if the intial value is 2.
z(0)=2
z(1)=(2)^22 or 42=2
z(2)=(2)^22 or 42=2
z(3)=(2)^22 or 42=2
Answer: z(1)=2, z(2)=2, z(3)=2

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