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Dynamics of Second Order Rational Diff[1]

Dynamics of Second Order Rational Diff[1]

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This is the (3,2)-type Eq(10.2) which by the change of variables

xn = A

Cyn

reduces to the difference equation

yn+1 = p + qyn + ryn−1
1 + yn−1

, n = 0,1,...

(10.21)

where

p = αC

A2 , q = β

A, and r = γ

A.

10.3. The Case B = 0 : xn+1 = α+βxn+γxn−1
A+Cxn−1

173

This equation has not been investigated yet. Here we make some simple observations

about linearized stability, invariant intervals, and convergence of solutions in certain

regions of initial conditions.

The linearized equation of Eq(10.21) about its positive equilibrium

y =

q + r−1 +

(q + r−1)2

+ 4p

2

is

zn+1 − q

1 + yzn + p−r + qy

(1 + y)2 zn = 0, n = 0,1,... .

By applying Theorem 1.1.1 we see that y is locally asymptotically stable for all values

of the parameters p,q, and r.

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