Q: What is the factorial of 28 times 13 raised to the 23rd power23 divided by 9?

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It is 4060.

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2 divided by3 divided 5 times 10 equals? thats the question!the answer is 20

Multiply the base by square root of 10 to the 4th power then divide by 2! (factorial) times 10!

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It is 4060.

(4 times 4 factorial + 4) divided by 4 4 factorial + the square root of 4 minus (4 divided by 4)

A factorial is a whole number multiplied by all the whole numbers less than that number. So 3 factorial (written as 3!) is 3 times 2 times 1=6

If you have 6 different numbers and you are asked "how much different ways of arranging these numbers are there",you could use a factorial.1 times 2 times 3 times 4 times 5 times 6=720 ways.

#!/usr/bin/perl print factorial($ARGV[11]); sub factorial { my($num) = @_; if($num == 1) { return 1; # stop at 1, factorial doesn't multiply times zero } else { return $num * factorial($num - 1); # call factorial function recursively } }

You first look at the number that is before the !(factorial sign). Then you times all positive integers (which means it doesn't include 0), including the number itself. The answer is the factorial of the original number beside the ! sign. EX.:4!=1x2x3x4=24

362880 times (9 factorial)

P(n,r)=(n!)/(r!(n-r)!)This would give you the number of possible permutations.n factorial over r factorial times n minus r factorial

5 factorial 5x4x3x2x1 or 120 times

2 times 739 minus !6 equals 117,743,173,416,535,106

The answer depends on 10 times WHAT divided by 2 times 3.The answer depends on 10 times WHAT divided by 2 times 3.The answer depends on 10 times WHAT divided by 2 times 3.The answer depends on 10 times WHAT divided by 2 times 3.

A^8 or A raised to the power of 8.