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Initial Term Illation (Posted on 2016-02-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The sequence {S(n)} is such that:
S(0) is a positive integer, and:
S(n) = 5*S(n-1)+4 for n ≥ 1

The task is to choose S(0) such that 2016 divides S(54).

Does there exist an infinite number of values that can be assigned to S(0)?
Give reasons for your answer.

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Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2016-02-25 16:03:19
SolutionQuestion answeredSteve Herman2016-02-25 15:16:19
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