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What is the graph of the sequence An = (1)^n?

Calculus 
JJ
n = 0 then A(n) = 1
n = 1 then A(n) = 1
n = 2 then A(n) = 1
n = 3 then A(n) = 1
The graph will continue from 1 to 1 indefinitely.
The same thing will happen for n<0.
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