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    Proving an inequality without induction

    Hi guys, I have to complete this question but I have no idea how to solve it, not even an inkling.

    The question is
    For each integer that n is greater than or equal to 1, prove (without induction) that:


    (2^2n / 2n) is less than or equal to the set (2n )(n) which is less than 2^2n
    (See attached thumbnail for much clearer version of question)

    Thanks in advance for your help! (I hope)

    Andrew
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