 

cvalue
 A cvalue is a function parameter.
For example, let's take the function: x^{2}  c. We will define x to be initially zero and we will start out with our cvalue, our paramater, to be one. Lets, iterate this function! x_{0} = 0^{2}  1 = 0  1 = 1 x_{1} = 1^{2}  1 = 1  1 = 0 x_{2} = 0^{2}  1 = 0  1 = 1 x_{3} = 1^{2}  1 = 1  1 = 0 x_{4} = 0^{2}  1 = 0  1 = 1Apparently this paramater, or cvalue, gives us an oscillator. What about c=3? x_{0} = 0^{2}  3 = 0  3 = 3 x_{1} = 3^{2}  3 = 9  3 = 6 x_{2} = 6^{2}  3 = 36  3 = 33 x_{3} = 33^{2}  3 = 1089  3 = 1086 x_{4} = 1086^{2}  3 = 1179396  3 = 1179393Looks like this is going to head out to infinity. Thus, different cvalues can give different behaviors. What would happen for c=2? 