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Find the first three iterates of the function f(z)=z^2+i for Zo=2+3i

Is my answer right?
2+3i
-2-2i
2+3i

  • Pre-calculus -

    What do you mean by the "iterate" of a function? Are you using a series of values of z? How are they defined?

    f(Zo) is none of your numbers

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