I don't understand why this sequence is divergent. Any help is much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by miniwheats I don't understand why this sequence is divergent. Any help is much appreciated. Becasue this can be either shown by knowledge of rate of increase of n! vesrsus 2^n...or using a Gamma function substitution for n! and applying L'hopital's rule
Sorry, I should've rephrased my question. I don't understand how to prove that the sequence is divergent. My solutions manual shows this: But I don't understand what they did.
Originally Posted by miniwheats Sorry, I should've rephrased my question. I don't understand how to prove that the sequence is divergent. My solutions manual shows this: But I don't understand what they did. Saying the definition of a divergent sequence isn't enough?
That works too. Thanks!
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