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prove that 1/2 * 1/3 * 1/4 * ... ..... ... ..... ..... .... ....... .... ... ....1/99 < 1/2

1/2376 < 1/2
When the numerators are the same, the number with the smaller denominator is larger. 
plse explain in detail...

I did

this is no a proper method..
u have done correct , no doubt , but i want step by step 
1/2 * x < 1/2 if x < 1
all those fractions out there are less than 1, so the product keeps getting smaller and smaller
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