No. Factorials can only be placed on positive whole numbers or 0. For example, 0!, 1!, and 6! are all fine, but 2.5! and (-1)! are not. Since factorials can only be placed on whole numbers, that means you will only be multiplying whole numbers. 100! = 100 * 99 * 98 ... * 1; all those numbers are whole numbers, meaning your answer will be a whole number.
You multiplie the number you were dividing by with the answer.
Factorials are a mathematics application used for combinations and permutations. The real world application of factorials are used to find the probability of certain things.
Answers: 3.39, 3.42 , 3.44
1.991, 1.995 and 2.005 are three of an infinite amount of decimals that could be answers for this question.
For any pair of factorials, a! / a-1! = a. In this instance: 42! / 41! = 42
1.48000, and 1.47999... are two possible answers.
There are mathematics forums online where one can ask questions on factorials or one can read information on factorials. Examples of forums are the "Math Forum" and "Math is Fun" forum.
6.530 and 6.5299... recurring are two possible answers.
3.70000 and 3.6999... (recurring) are two possible answers.
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