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Sequence and series

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is there a way to represent the sequence 1*3*5*7*9...(2n-1) for n>=1 with a factorial if not is thre a way to input that sequence ino a calculator with somthing
 
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1*3*5*7*9...*(2n-1) = (2n - 1)!/(2*4*6*...*(2n - 2))
 
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ok is there a way to enter this into a ti without listing
 
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Try factoring a 2 out of each term in the denominator of Mark's post
 

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