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; IterationList[Function, Number x0, Number n]: Gives you a list of length ''n+1'' whose elements are iterations of the function starting with the value ''x0''. | ; IterationList[Function, Number x0, Number n]: Gives you a list of length ''n+1'' whose elements are iterations of the function starting with the value ''x0''. | ||

: Example: After defining <tt>f(x) = x^2</tt> the command <tt>IterationList[f, 3, 2]</tt> gives you the list ''L = {3, 9, 81}''. | : Example: After defining <tt>f(x) = x^2</tt> the command <tt>IterationList[f, 3, 2]</tt> gives you the list ''L = {3, 9, 81}''. |

## Revision as of 09:20, 3 November 2010

- IterationList[Function, Number x0, Number n]
- Gives you a list of length
*n+1*whose elements are iterations of the function starting with the value*x0*. - Example: After defining
`f(x) = x^2`the command`IterationList[f, 3, 2]`gives you the list*L = {3, 9, 81}*.