- Feb 9, 2012
canu explain how to do itI put it into wolframalpha and got
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This problem is too hard for me.Ok so its not a 4u question
WHY TF WOULD this person put it in the extension 2 thread i almost was gonna drop 4U looking at this working out
If I can do it then anyone can do it.This problem is too hard for me.
yeah except we dont know half the shi u usedIf I can do it then anyone can do it.
but i have not learnt trigamma, digamma, Taylor series...etc yetIf I can do it then anyone can do it.
do u do maths at uni?The gamma function is just a continuous version of factorial and the digamma and trigamma just come from the derivatives.
The hardest function that appeared was the hyperfactorial but I got rid of it pretty quickly by using l'Hospital rule.
That's a nifty rule to use - even for much simpler questions.
yeah man...But realistically speaking if ur doing 4U and u cant even do smn as simple as that bruh good luck bud.
honestly just dont do math at all for that matter, Ik kindergaetners who could do this qn (they go to ruse)yeah man...
im considering to drop it tbh, even 3u for that matter. im just not good enough ...
r u sure itsThere is another way to do it using Stirling's formula
So here is Method 2: