How do we show that

I know that the factorial functionen approaches infinity faster than most other elementary functions e.g. . But I am not sure how to think when we have a factorial function in both the nominator and denominator.

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- January 20th 2013, 02:05 PMMathCrusaderFactorial limit
How do we show that

I know that the factorial functionen approaches infinity faster than most other elementary functions e.g. . But I am not sure how to think when we have a factorial function in both the nominator and denominator. - January 20th 2013, 03:13 PMtom@ballooncalculusRe: Factorial limit
- January 20th 2013, 03:30 PMhollywoodRe: Factorial limit
I would start by cancelling. Since and , and so . And now I'll bet it looks like problems you've done before.

- Hollywood

P.S. I have to start writing faster - tom@ballooncalculus beat me to the answer. - January 20th 2013, 03:34 PMMathCrusaderRe: Factorial limit