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## Example Questions

### Example Question #7 : Other Factorials

What is ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

A factorial means you are multiplying the number, with one less than previous number and you keep multiplying until you reach .

So, is .

Multiplying that out, we get .

### Example Question #8 : Other Factorials

What is ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

A factorial means you are multiplying the number, with one less than previous number and you keep multiplying until you reach .

So, is .

Multiplying that out, we get .

### Example Question #9 : Other Factorials

What is ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

A factorial means you are multiplying the number, with one less than previous number and you keep multiplying until you reach .

So, is . Multiplying that out, we get .

We also have . That is or .

Since we are multiplying the factorial, we multiply and to get .

### Example Question #81 : Factorials

What is ?

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**Correct answer:**

So, is . We also have . That is .

Since we are dividing the factorial, we can cancel out some terms.

Both the numerator and denominator have , and we can cancel those out. We are left with or

### Example Question #82 : Factorials

What is ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

So, is . We are dividing by With careful inspection, can be broken down to .

If we cancel that out with the ones in the numerator, we have or .

### Example Question #83 : Factorials

What is ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

A factorial means you are multiplying the number, with one less than previous number and you keep multiplying until you reach . Since we are dealing with variables, let's analyze each the numerator and the denominator. is definitely greater than in this situation because factorials are always positive numbers. If we took the difference between and we would get . This means that if we were to expand both the numerator and denominator, we cancel everything out except the extra term in the denominator which is .

So final answer is .

### Example Question #84 : Factorials

Simplify.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

A factorial means you are multiplying the number, with one less than previous number and you keep multiplying until you reach . Since we are dealing with variables, let's analyze each the numerator and the denominator. is definitely greater than in this situation because factorials are always positive numbers. If we took the difference between and we would get . This means that if we were to expand both the numerator and denominator, we cancel everything out except the extra terms in the numerator which are . So final answer is .

If you need convincing, let . So we have .

You can cancel out the from top and bottom to get . We need to express them into expressions.

Since was , to get , you need to add to or

To get , you add to or

To get you subtract from or .

You still get the same answer of .

### Example Question #85 : Factorials

Simplify:

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**Correct answer:**

Write out the terms of each factorial in expanded form. The only exception is the zero factorial, which is equal to one.

Simplify the terms. The values in the numerator and denominator cannot cancel out!

The correct answer is:

### Example Question #86 : Factorials

What is the value of ?

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**Correct answer:**

Step 1: We must define factorial. Factorial is defined as , where

Step 2: Evaluate

### Example Question #87 : Factorials

Compute:

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**Correct answer:**

Simplify the factorials in the numerator and denominator.

Simplify the terms on the top and bottom.

The answer is:

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