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Where do you find the n-**factorial**? It's in the MATH **PRB** **menu**. Press MATH left-**arrow** 4 to get it. For example, to calculate 5!, press 5 MATH left-**arrow** 4 ENTER

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where is the **factorial** key or button There isnt such a key. Press MATH to bring up the Math **menu**, press left-**arrow** to select **PRB**, then press 4 to select **factorial**.

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you'll find nPr and nCr for permutations and combinations, as well as ! for the **factorial**. To compute 4C2, press 4 **PRB** right-**arrow** 2 ENTER. Permutations work the same way, only without the right-**arrow**

Find each value? 2! 0! 2! = 2 0! = 1 The **factorial** command is in the MATH/**PRB** **menu**. Press MATH, then left-**arrow**.

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...**PRB** **menu**. The **factorial** function is the 4th in the list.Syntax Type the number and use one of the foregoing access methods to echo the exclamation mark on the home screen and press ENTER. Ex: 12! ...

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