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Lecture 18 recursion

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• 1. Example – (21 - 2)
• 2. Example – (21 – 2a)
• 3. Example – (21 – 2b)
• 4. Recursion – (21 - 3)
• 5. Recursion – (21 – 3a)
• 6. Example – (21 - 5)
• 7. Solution – (21 – 5a)
• 8. Solution – (21 – 5b)
• 9. Example – (21 - 6)
• 10. Solution – (21 – 6a)
• 11. Solution – (21 - 7)
• 12. Solution – (21 - 7)
• 13. Factorial of n (21 - 8)
• 14. Example – (21 – 8a)
• 15. Remarks – (21 - 9)
• 16. Recursive Definition of Factorial – (21 - 10)
• 17. Recursive Definition of Factorial – (21 – 10a)
• 18. Example – (21 - 12)
• 19. Example – (21 – 12a)
• 20. Solution – (21 – 12b)
• 21. Solution – (21 – 13)
• 22. Solution – (21 - 14)
• 23. Fibonacci Sequence – (21 - 15)
• 24. Fibonacci Sequence – (21 – 15a)
• 25. Exercise – (21 - 17)
• 26. Solution – (21 – 17a)
• 27. Example – (21 - 18)
• 28. Solution – (21 – 18a)
• 29. Solution – (21 – 18b)
• 30. Example – (21 - 19)
• 31. Solution – (21 – 19b)
• 32. Solution – (21 – 19c)
• 33. Application of Recursion – (21 - 23)