Dec 3, 2013 Thread starter #1 F find_the_fun Active member Feb 1, 2012 166 I'm trying to solve a third order recurrence relation but not sure how. I wrote the characterisitc polynomial and factored it into \(\displaystyle (x-1)^3\). Now what?

I'm trying to solve a third order recurrence relation but not sure how. I wrote the characterisitc polynomial and factored it into \(\displaystyle (x-1)^3\). Now what?

Dec 3, 2013 Admin #2 M MarkFL Administrator Staff member Feb 24, 2012 13,775 Re: Solving third order reccurence relation You have the characteristic root $r=1$ of multiplicity 3, so can you state what form the solution will have?

Re: Solving third order reccurence relation You have the characteristic root $r=1$ of multiplicity 3, so can you state what form the solution will have?