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# 0!=1 why? we have : n!/n = (n-1)! ---> 0!= 1!/1= 1

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0!=1 why? we have : n!/n = (n-1)! ---> 0!= 1!/1= 1 [#permalink]  16 Nov 2005, 07:23
0!=1

why?

we have : n!/n = (n-1)!
---> 0!= 1!/1= 1
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Re: 0!=? [#permalink]  16 Nov 2005, 07:59
laxieqv wrote:
0!=1

why?

we have : n!/n = (n-1)!
---> 0!= 1!/1= 1

check if this helps :- http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/57128.html
Re: 0!=?   [#permalink] 16 Nov 2005, 07:59
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