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 Subject: [mg26748] complicated recursion relations
 From: RUDOLPH JOHN MAGYAR <rjmagyar at unix.amherst.edu>
 Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 02:14:23 0500 (EST)
 Organization: Amherst College
 Sender: ownerwrimathgroup at wolfram.com
I have a set of four functions which are related by a series of recursive formulae. For example (The real problem is a much messier version of this),
b[n+1]b[n1]=b[n]
b[n+1]*sin((n+1)/2*pi) d[n1]*sin((n1)/2*pi)
+c[n+1]*sin((n+1)/2*pi) e[n1]*sin((n1)/2*pi)
= d[n]*sin(n/2*pi)  e [n]*sin(n/2*pi)
b[n+1]*sin(3(n+1)/2*pi) d[n1]*sin(3(n1)/2*pi)
+c[n+1]*sin(3(n+1)/2*pi) e[n1]*sin(3(n1)/2*pi)
= d[n]*sin(3n/2*pi)  e [n]*sin(3n/2*pi)
Well, I actually have more terms and a bigger mess, but can I use mathematica to untangle this mess like this?

Rudolph J. Magyar
rjmagyar at amhux4.amherst.edu
Web Address: www.amherst.edu/~rjmagyar
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