Show that (ln a)k!= k ln a

Widersinnby7 2022-11-21 Answered
Show that ( ln a ) k k ln a
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meexeniexia17h
Answered 2022-11-22 Author has 18 answers
Because we need to disprove this statement, we only need to find 1 counterexample.
( log e ) 2 2 ( log e )
Statement proved.
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