Hi there,...
I'm currently writing a time tabling algorithm for my phD. As part of the algorithm's rationale, I want to prove the following....
ASSUME
n and p are natural numbers, and p >= n
PROVE:
p^{n}>= (p!)/(pn)!
I proved what I think are the base cases (i.e. n = 0, and n = 1) but now I am stumped.... Any ideas anyone?
Cheers
Rhydian
