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Nov2604, 04:06 PM

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How can I prove Stirling's formula?
n!= integral from 0 to inf. exp(t) t^n dt= n^n exp(n) (2 pi n)^0.5 there's a hint to use the substitution t=ny & ln(1+y) = y 0.5 y^2 I tried to use it but I couldn't intgrate.. I tried integrating by parts but it became more complicated.. Can anyone help? (How can I write the mathematical symbols here?) Thanks 



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Nov2604, 04:18 PM

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Nov2604, 04:35 PM

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Another approach would be to use the method of steepest descent. Basically, you can find where [itex]t^n e^{t}[/itex] is a maximum and observe that the most significant contribution to the integral comes from near that maximum.




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Nov2704, 10:13 PM

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proving Stirling's formula.. help plz
Thanks for helping.. but I should uuse the substitution t=ny..
HELP PLZ 



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Dec304, 04:30 PM

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Thanks alot..




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