Question 50: We denote n! (read as n: factorial) is the product of n consecutive natural numbers since 1, i.e. n! = 1.2.3…n. Let’s count: 4! – 3!

4! – 3! =( 1.2.3.4) – (1.2.3) = 24 – 6 = 18

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Question 50: We denote n! (read as n: factorial) is the product of n consecutive natural numbers since 1, i.e. n! = 1.2.3…n. Let’s count: 4! – 3!

4! – 3! =( 1.2.3.4) – (1.2.3) = 24 – 6 = 18

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