hi every body
i need a lot of help in my assignment :
and of course i will show my work .
this is the task :
The factorial of a number n (written n!) is the number times the factorial of itself minus one; and
the factorial of 1 is, by definition, equal to 1. For example the factorial of 2 is 2*1! = 2*1, and
the factorial of 3 is 3*2!= 3*2*1=6, and so on. Implementing this definition using a computer
program is relatively slow, instead Sterling’s formula is used as an approximation of the factorial
for large values. Sterling’s formula is defined as follows:
( the formula is down in attachment )
The exp function in the <cmath> header file gives the value of e raised to a given power
Write a C++ program that asks the user to enter 5 large values of n ( > 10), calculates their factorial using sterling’s formula and displays the results in a tabular format.
The results should be displayed two times:
1. The first time use scientific representation and default precision.
2. The second time use a non-scientific representation and 2-decimal precision.
Please note that π=22.0/7.
i will write what i already did
and some question in what i did not understand