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 Oct 10 accepted Asymptotic for binomial coefficient with square root Oct 10 comment Which function grows faster: $(n!)!$ or $((n-1)!)!(n-1)!^{n!}$? But total numher of factors in the first function is $n!$, while in the second it is $k+n!$, so it has extra $k$ factors, each equals to $k$ Oct 10 comment Prove the asymptotic for the sum Pragabhava, yes, sure, $n$. Oct 10 revised Prove the asymptotic for the sum edited body Oct 9 comment Which function grows faster: $(n!)!$ or $((n-1)!)!(n-1)!^{n!}$? I cannot explicitely explain why did I say so. Probably, I just wanted to point that it seems that there should be smarter solution others than Stirling's approximation. But, of course, I can be wrong. Oct 9 revised Which function grows faster: $(n!)!$ or $((n-1)!)!(n-1)!^{n!}$? edited tags Oct 9 asked Prove the asymptotic for the sum Oct 9 asked Which function grows faster: $(n!)!$ or $((n-1)!)!(n-1)!^{n!}$? Oct 9 awarded Scholar Oct 9 accepted How to prove that symmetric difference of intersections is a subset of unions of symmetric differences Oct 9 comment How to prove that symmetric difference of intersections is a subset of unions of symmetric differences Yes, sure, you are right. Thanks again. Oct 9 awarded Editor Oct 9 awarded Supporter Oct 9 comment How to prove that symmetric difference of intersections is a subset of unions of symmetric differences Thanks for the formula and the idea. I've updated the post to reflect the solution, which I came up using your suggestion. Thanks again. Oct 9 revised How to prove that symmetric difference of intersections is a subset of unions of symmetric differences added 1436 characters in body Oct 9 asked How to prove that symmetric difference of intersections is a subset of unions of symmetric differences Oct 6 awarded Student Oct 6 asked Asymptotic for implicitly given function Oct 6 comment Asymptotic for binomial coefficient with square root Thank you. But I'm thinking if there is any other hints for this? I'm confused with sqrt(n), because if there is no special hint, why didn't they use any other parameter or number (like a, or whatever) instead of sqrt? Oct 5 asked Asymptotic for binomial coefficient with square root