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Factorial
The factorial of 4, which is written as
, is
. Similarly,
. The number
grows very quickly as
increases. The double factorial of a number
, which is written as
, is an extension to the normal factorial. When
is odd,
. When
is even,
.
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Ed Pegg Jr
Additional Contributions by:
Rob Morris
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