Bobby Ocean

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Dec
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comment Evaluating a Recursive Expression
I see. Things are more clear now, thank you very much everyone for your comments.
Dec
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Dec
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comment Evaluating a Recursive Expression
But, x^2/.x->{2,3} produces a list evaluated at 2 and then 3. It seems that both Table and /. produce lists, but one works and the other doesn't?
Dec
19
revised Evaluating a Recursive Expression
Added more to my question as I didn't indicate what I was really after.
Dec
18
comment Evaluating a Recursive Expression
So, how does one generate a list of 1000 polynomials from this recursion? I try Simplify[Unevaluated@P[n, x] /. n -> 2] and it works, but Simplify[Unevaluated@P[n, x] /. n -> {2,3}] does not work. More importantly, if I use this recursion in more complicated formulas, I have no way of knowing if there will be success.
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asked Evaluating a Recursive Expression