cmi entrance 2017Login with your existing Google or Facebook account251 viewsJune 14, 2017Math Olympiad0Rajarshi Chatterjee12Posted June 6, 2017f(m)=m+[m^1/2]then prove that m, f(m), ff(m),f f f(m)…..,f f f f f…k times(m) in this sequence for any positive integer m there will always be at least one perfect square term.1 AnswerActiveVotedNewestOldest0Ashani Dasgupta43Posted June 14, 2017AttachmentsFullSizeRender.jpg You are viewing 1 out of 1 answers, click here to view all answers.Login with your existing Google or Facebook accountRegisterorLoginQuestionstest of maths0 Answers|0 Votestest of maths0 Answers|0 Votestest of maths0 Answers|0 Votestest of maths0 Answers|0 VotesProblems of the week1 Answer|0 VotesQuestion statsActiveJune 14, 2017Views251 timesAnswers1 answer