At a=3.498 we find a super stable 2-cycle in f 2
This corresponds to a superstable 4-cycle in f:
If we now look at f 4(x)(including the transient)
we can study the approach to the fixed point in f 4(x). Again the orbit resembles the orbits in demonstration 1 at a=2 and demonstration 5 at a=3.236.
We can again emphasize this by focusing on the central region be enlarging and inverting (set nsc=2):