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### Definition of Factorials

**1.** factorial [n] - See also: factorial

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### Literary usage of Factorials

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Proceedings of the Royal Society of London* by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1874)

"HFC Logan on the Calculus of **factorials**. [June 18, 4. On comparing the action of
such compounds as C9 H, ..."**2.** *Smithsonian Physical Tables* by Smithsonian Institution, Frederick Eugene Fowle (1916)

"See Table 17 for **factorials** I to 20. Sec Table 31 for log. Г (я + i), values of
я between i and 2. SMITHSONIAN TABLE«. ..."**3.** *Algebra: An Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools* by George Chrystal (1889)

"EVALUATION OF PROBABILITIES WHERE **factorials** OF LARGE NUMBERS ARE INVOLVED. § 12.]
In many cases, as has been seen, the calculation of probabilities depends ..."**4.** *A Treatise on the Calculus of Finite Differences* by George Boole (1872)

"Expansion by **factorials**. 5. Attention has been directed to the formal analogy
between the differences of **factorials** and the differential coefficients of ..."**5.** *A Course of Modern Analysis: An Introduction to the General Theory of* by Edmund Taylor Whittaker (1902)

"Expansion in inverse **factorials**. Another mode of development of functions, ...
has hitherto not been much used*, is that of expansion in inverse **factorials** ..."**6.** *Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers* by Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy, Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain). Library (1866)

"NICHOLSON, P. Analytical and arithmetical essays; consisting of continued fractions,
**factorials** and figurate numbers, extraction of roots, application of ..."**7.** *Mathematical Questions and Solutions* by W. J. C. Miller (1875)

"... and as many more as you please ; (2) the difference of two cubes cannot be a
cube ; (3) the following in the notation of **factorials** is true: ..."