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    evaluating an infinite sequence with a factorial

    if I evaluate -2(n!)/(n^n) how can I tell if it's divergent or not? How would I take the limit at infinity?
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    Re: evaluating an infinite sequence with a factorial

    You can use the monotone convergence theorem to prove that it converges and the limit is the supremum
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