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 Jan7 accepted Proving a function is chaotic on an interval Jan6 comment Proving a function is chaotic on an interval I hope I'm interpreting your answer correctly. So you utilize a representation scheme for numbers in $[0, 1]$ to create a mapping between each $x$ in $[0, 1]$ and a sequence $s$. From this you deduce that the $n$th number in the sequence for the $k$th iteration of seed $x$ is $k$th number in the sequence of $x$ itself times the $n + k$th number of $x$'s sequence. Why is that deduction true? Jan6 revised Proving a function is chaotic on an interval added 3 characters in body Jan6 asked Proving a function is chaotic on an interval Dec11 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Sep19 accepted Solving $\log(x) = vx^α$ for $x$ via Lambert W function Sep19 awarded Commentator Sep19 comment Solving $\log(x) = vx^α$ for $x$ via Lambert W function Yeah I see it now, and feel bad for missing it. $y$ as you defined it completes the identity and then it is trivial to manipulate it into the answer you gave. Now, can I ask how you knew to define y the way you did? Sep19 comment Solving $\log(x) = vx^α$ for $x$ via Lambert W function How do you get to $ye^y = -v\alpha$? Does it have to do with $W(z)e^{W(z)} = z$? Sep19 revised Solving $\log(x) = vx^α$ for $x$ via Lambert W function edited title Sep19 asked Solving $\log(x) = vx^α$ for $x$ via Lambert W function Aug15 awarded Scholar Aug15 accepted The operation $\langle a, b\rangle = \{\{∅, a\}, \{\{∅\}, b\}\}$ creates distinct sets from distinct pairs $(a,b)$ Aug14 revised The operation $\langle a, b\rangle = \{\{∅, a\}, \{\{∅\}, b\}\}$ creates distinct sets from distinct pairs $(a,b)$ clarification Aug14 awarded Supporter Aug14 asked The operation $\langle a, b\rangle = \{\{∅, a\}, \{\{∅\}, b\}\}$ creates distinct sets from distinct pairs $(a,b)$ Mar13 revised Help understanding this 'Fractal' I've just made? added 3 characters in body Mar13 revised Help understanding this 'Fractal' I've just made? deleted 2 characters in body Mar13 comment Help understanding this 'Fractal' I've just made? I think the lack of total self similarity fails it too. Also, sorry for the poor organization and overall messiness of the code. I was fooling around.