# Factorial - practice problems

The factorial of the number n is the product of the first n natural numbers. For example 6! (we read 6 factorial) is 1*2*3*4*5*6 = 720.

Direction: Solve each problem carefully and show your solution in each item.

#### Number of problems found: 120

- Value

Find the value of the expression: 6!·10^{-3} - Big factorial

How many zeros end number 116! ? - Permutations without repetition

From how many elements can we create 720 permutations without repetition? - BRATISLAVA 35531

How many words can we make from all letters of the word BRATISLAVA? - Committees

How many different committees of 2 people can be formed from a class of 21 students? - Expression: 4017

Specify the value of this expression: 4! · 2^{-5} - How many 13

How many ways can X³ y⁴ z³ be written without an exponent? - Permutations 82516

From how many elements can we make 5040 permutations without repetition? - Arrangements 63384

Determine the number of arrangements of these six elements: a, a, a, b, b, c. - Factorial cancellation

Cancel the expression with factorials: 12! x 2 x 7! / 6 x 10! 8! - Characters 63404

How many characters can we create from two commas and four dots? - Five couples

In how many ways can 5 couples arrange themselves in a row if they stay together? - Variations 5437

From how many elements can we create six times as many variations of the second class without repetition as variations of the third class without repetition? - Equation: 4472

Solve the equation: x!: 5 = 1008 The solution to the equation is a natural number. - Cancel fractions

Compress the expression of factorial: (n+6)!/(n+4)!-n!/(n-2)! - Playing cards

How many possible ways are there to shuffle 8 playing cards? - Parking 72644

How many ways can ten cars park side by side in a parking lot? - Four-letter 67124

How many different four-letter words can we create from the letters of the word JAMA? - Determine 4132

Determine the value of x in this equation: x! · 4 = x³. x is a natural number. - Possible combinations - word

How many ways can the letters F, A, I, and R be arranged?

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