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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.

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