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posted by Iah .
Hi. The question I'm having problems with:
Write the body of an iterative function to compute n!, where n! = n(n1)(n2)...1.
Then, analyze this function where the work unit is the multiplication operation.
I think I have the first part, but I'm confused on the second part.
Please help!!
When multiplying, use shorthand notation.
Example
56*n!
where you thinking something like
f(n+1) = (n+1)f(n), n>1, f(1)=1
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