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# If n is a natural number, is n ! < ^x ? I. n is an

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If n is a natural number, is n ! &lt; [(n + 1)/2]^x ?
I. n is an even number.
II. x > n

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Re: DS : Natural No [#permalink]

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25 Jun 2006, 22:27
sgrover wrote:
If n is a natural number, is n ! &lt; [(n + 1)/2]^x ?
I. n is an even number.
II. x > n

What does this mean?
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Re: DS : Natural No   [#permalink] 25 Jun 2006, 22:27
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