# Division Factorial

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## 1 Division Factorial

The prospect of the Division Factorial follows the same concept of multiplicative factor. The same operations^{} known since the twelfth century. The same logical properties that would be studied later in 1808 by the mathematician Christian Kramp which introduced the notation n!. Stirling also presented a formula^{} approach to these results.
However, it is urgent to talk about divisive factor. As you think of the beginning, not the multiplicative inversion^{} extensive. It is elementary that the corporeality of Factor Theory arises simply. About natural number^{} n which is the product^{} of all positive integers less than or equal to n.
Demonstrate exemplary one truth and accuracy, which supports more than a demonstration [1]. Likewise, presents the multiplicative factor, which has similar properties thereto. Therefore, evidenced in the following series:

$$1:2:3:4:5=8333\mathrm{\dots}\times {10}^{3}$$ |

applied by;

$$\frac{n+1}{(n+1)!}=ifnisgrowing,$$ |

Otherwise, decreasing the following sequence^{}:

$$5:4:3:2:1=208333\mathrm{\dots}\times {10}^{1}$$ |

It is applied by:

$$\frac{n}{(n-1)!}=ifnisdecreasing,$$ |

## References

- 1 FERNÃNDESKY, PAULO., 2013. Ös Teoremas. N. (Ed.). Escrytos of the distribution. Lisboa, 2013. p.22-38. (Statistics, Kindle, Artigo.

Title | Division Factorial |
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Canonical name | DivisionFactorial |

Date of creation | 2013-10-30 22:15:55 |

Last modified on | 2013-10-30 22:15:55 |

Owner | Paulo Fernandesky (1000738) |

Last modified by | Paulo Fernandesky (1000738) |

Numerical id | 7 |

Author | Paulo Fernandesky (1000738) |

Entry type | Theorem^{} |

Classification | msc 11A51 Division Factorial |