I have a simple question about sequence . I understand as n goes to infinity the denominator sequence looks like: { } But what does it do with ?
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All I wanna know is what is when you plug say 1, 2, and 3 in for . If anyone knows, throw me a reply cause I'm lost. (I'm not familiar with the exclamation mark notation.)
! = Factorial from what I remember it means... 4! = 1x2x3x4 = 24 etc.... 3! = 1x2x3 = 6 etc...
Originally Posted by justinwager ! = Factorial from what I remember it means... 4! = 1x2x3x4 = 24 etc.... 3! = 1x2x3 = 6 etc... Awesome! Thank you. :]
Originally Posted by freyrkessenin I have a simple question about sequence . I understand as n goes to infinity the denominator sequence looks like: { } But what does it do with ? Note that So --Chris
Originally Posted by freyrkessenin I have a simple question about sequence . I understand as n goes to infinity the denominator sequence looks like: { } But what does it do with ? So you know that: Then you also know that: and so after cancelling tha common terms: is the factorial of and defined as above. RonL
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