n!x

n!x (the x is a superscript) – n. this means you multiply that number (n) like a regular factorial but you stop at the number represented by x. If the x # is more than n, then you multiply n by 1 more than itself and so on until x. I’m bored and I’m in Algebra 2 right now, so that’s why I made this. I’m a smart cookie, aren’t I?

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