For the following sequence, I'm supposed to plot it then guess what value it converges to (if it does). Then, I have to prove that my guess was right.
#1: An = n^3/n!
So, the first few terms of the seq are: 1,4,4.5,2.7,1.04,.3,etc....
When graphed, it looks as if it might converge to zero.
Now, I'm having a bit of trouble understanding the proof.
The solution manual rearranges An to look like this:
(n/n) * (n/(n-1)) * (n/(n-2)) *(n/(n-3))*....*(1/3)*(1/2)*(1)
So far, this makes sense. But then they choose to pull out
n^2/[(n-1)(n-2)(n-3)] for n>=4 and call it Cn, so that 0<An<=Cn. Then Squeeze Theorem can be used.
So why did they choose n>=4? Why not n>=3 or n>=5? Is there another way to do this?