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Defining a sequence (Posted on 2018-10-31) Difficulty: 3 of 5
What binary sequence a1,a2,a3,...an,... can be defined by the equation: (an)XOR (3*an)=an+1?
Provide the proof of your formula.

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XOR distributiveSteven Lord2018-10-31 10:34:13
Some Thoughtsre: one solnCharlie2018-10-31 10:20:18
one solnSteven Lord2018-10-31 09:55:32
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