We hope you liked the idea of interating a function as shown
in a previous lesson. In this lesson, we'll iterate a famous function called the "logistic function,"
which is $x=cx(1-x)$. This function has a fascinating interation result, depending on what you assign
to the variable $c$. In this lesson, you must keep your inital value of $x$ between $0$ and $1$,
so $0< x <1$. Next try three different runs, each for these values of $c$: $c=1.5$, $c=3.2$ and $c=3.5$.
See what pattern of numbers you might notice with each step.
Now you try. Try constructing a for loop that will count and display the count.
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This code will not run. Finish the for i=1, line to put in how many times you wish to interate the
logistic funcxtion. Lastly, program in the logistic function in the x= line.
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