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Prove that if a > 0, the sequence [tex]\frac{a^{n}}{n!}[/tex] is eventually decreasing for large n.

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

I know I'm to prove this by finding the index but I'm at a loss on how to find the index on such a sequence as I'm not used to using a variable that's in the sequence.

To warmup I was given a values 110 and 300 to find an index for but with 'a' being in the sequence itself I'm not sure how to do that.

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# Homework Help: Prove that a sequence is eventually decreasing.

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