This is a Python program to test Collatz conjecture for a given number.

The Collatz conjecture is a conjecture that a particular sequence always reaches 1. The sequence is defined as: start with a number n. The next number in the sequence is n/2 if n is even and 3n + 1 if n is odd.

1. Create a function collatz that takes an integer n as argument.

2. Create a loop that runs as long as n is greater than 1.

3. In each iteration of the loop, update the value of n.

4. If n is even, set n to n/2 and if n is odd, set it to 3n + 1.

5. Print the value of n in each iteration.

Here is the source code of a Python program to test Collatz conjecture for a given number. The program output is shown below.

def collatz(n): while n > 1: print(n, end=' ') if (n % 2): # n is odd n = 3*n + 1 else: # n is even n = n//2 print(1, end='') n = int(input('Enter n: ')) print('Sequence: ', end='') collatz(n)

1. The user is asked to input n.

2. The sequence is printed by calling collatz on n.

Case 1: Enter n: 11 Sequence: 11 34 17 52 26 13 40 20 10 5 16 8 4 2 1 Case 2: Enter n: 5 Sequence: 5 16 8 4 2 1 Case 3: Enter n: 1 Sequence: 1

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