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how to find the greatest value of (a^m)(b^n)(c^p)..... when a+b+c+.... is a constant and m, n, p, ......are positive integers.

show that the sum of the first n natural numbers is a perfect square, if n is equal to k^2 or m^2 -1, where k is the numerator ...

prove that (n!)^2 > n^n

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