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Limiting Ratio II (Posted on 2014-04-21) Difficulty: 4 of 5
A sequence S(n) is defined as:

S(1) = 0, and:
S(n) = n*S(n-1)+2*n-1 with n > 1


Limit    S(n)/n!
n → ∞

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Solutionthe value numerically derived (spoiler)Charlie2014-04-21 13:46:49
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