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    factorial

    how would i expand

    (2n+2)!

    is it: 2.n.n+0/5.n+1

    or cud i say something like 2(n+1)!

    help?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheep99 View Post
    how would i expand (2n+2)!
    Use the definition of the factorial:

    . . . . .3! = 1󫎿

    . . . . .9! = 12...󭅍

    . . . . .101! = 12...99100101

    . . . . .m! = 12...(m-1)(m)

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    (2n+2)!=....(2n+1)(2n+2) then ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheep99 View Post
    (2n+2)!=....(2n+1)(2n+2) then ?
    Review the previous examples, and write the expression for the factorial with an appropriate starting point.
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