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    limits problem

    hello, I wish someone can help me with that:

    ..........................n
    ...................n! * 5
    .lim{n>... }_______
    ......................n
    .....................n

    i wish u understand what I mean because it is not so easy to whrite it in the computer.
    don't care about the "....."
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    Quote Originally Posted by avazim View Post
    hello, I wish someone can help me with that:

    ..........................n
    ...................n! * 5
    .lim{n>... }_______
    ......................n
    .....................n

    i wish u understand what I mean because it is not so easy to whrite it in the computer.
    don't care about the "....."
    Sorry but this is unreadable to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avazim View Post
    i wish u understand what I mean because it is not so easy to whrite it in the computer.
    I too wish you could learn to use LeTeX.
    Is this your question \lim _{n \to \infty } \frac{{\left( {n!} \right)\left( {5^n } \right)}}{{n^n }}?
    If not try to explain where I got it wrong.
    If you use the "quote" buttom you will see the LaTeX code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plato View Post
    I too wish you could learn to use LeTeX.
    Is this your question \lim _{n \to \infty } \frac{{\left( {n!} \right)\left( {5^n } \right)}}{{n^n }}?
    If not try to explain where I got it wrong.
    If you use the "quote" buttom you will see the LaTeX code.

    yes - this is what I mean !
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    Quote Originally Posted by avazim View Post
    yes - this is what I mean !
    I'd use Stirlings approximation. Read: Stirling's approximation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The finer details are left for you to worry about.
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