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n!, which we read "n factorial", is the product of all the positive integers that don't exceed n.  0! is defined as 1.

Contents of this section:

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Table of Factorials -- a table of the first 100 factorials

Product of Consecutive Integers -- a polynomial formula for the product of consecutive integers, and a method using Stirling's Approximation

Digit Frequency -- a table of the frequencies of each digit (base 10) of the factorials from 1 to 500

Internet references

Mathworld: Factorial

Mathworld: Stirling's Approximation

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