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Values of Combinatorial Functions
This Demonstration lets you explore some combinatorial functions. There are many apart from the usual powers and the factorial.
Contributed by:
Jeff Bryant
Based on a program by:
Ed Pegg Jr
and
Rob Morris
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Bell Number
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Bernoulli Number
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)
Catalan Number
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Euler Number
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Factorial
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Wolfram
MathWorld
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Fibonacci Number
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MathWorld
)
Harmonic Number
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)
Lucas Number
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Partition
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)
Power
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Wolfram
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)
Subfactorial
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)
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Values of Combinatorial Functions
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ValuesOfCombinatorialFunctions/
Contributed by:
Jeff Bryant
Based on a program by:
Ed Pegg Jr
and
Rob Morris
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