The nth factorial is the product of all the numbers from 1 up to n. Also, factorials use the "!" notation, so n! is the nth factorial. The 4th factorial would be 24 because 1 × 2 × 3 × 4 = 24. Factorials are useful for calculating how many permutations that can be made up using a set of given objects. For example: If you have 4 different coloured boxes next to each other in a line, you could rearrange them in 24 different orders.
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I've produced 5,664 factorials to the public. That's a grand total of 358,277,170 digits in length produced!