#### K1ngbadlex

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Help for a inequation with factorial :

(K^(n+1))/K(n!) <= (K^K) / K!

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Ps sorry for my English it is not my mother langage...

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Help for a inequation with factorial :

(K^(n+1))/K(n!) <= (K^K) / K!

Thank you

Ps sorry for my English it is not my mother langage...

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Thanks for your reply

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You are right I'm sorry, I want to prove that this is always true, I forgot to add, like you say, that N is a natural number and K also and K > n

I'm a student in Japan and I am doing Exercice in recurrence thinking (I don't know if my translation is true) but it is basically when you suppose a statement for a n number and you prove it with n+1 usually used in sequence...

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Edit : I changed my previous reply because I did a mistake it is k>n not k>0!

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\(\displaystyle \frac{K^{n+1}}{K \times n!} = \frac{\left( \frac{K^{n+1}}{K} \right)}{\left( \frac{K \times n!}{K} \right)}\)

For this step to be valid, you do have to assume that \( K \neq 0 \), but that's already known because \(K\) and \(n\) are natural numbers and \(K \gt n\) ensures \(K \geq 1\) anyway. Once you've done this step, the rest of the proof should be clear.

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Thank you very much, I have prove it thanks to your help. Have a nice day | ||||||