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In Lecture 2 under Basic Counting Law there is an explanation on factorials (!) .... As far as the calculator is concerned, do this: Select 2nd, MEM, 7, 1, 2 .... this will clear the memory... Key in the number you which to find the factorial of ..... Example, if you want to find out what "6!" is it is 6x5x4x3x2x1 = 720...to find this on the TI - 83 PLUS do
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Unformatted text preview: the following: 1) Key in "6". 2) Select the "MATH" key 3) Use the arrows in the upper right hand portion of the calculator to scroll to the right to "PRB". 4) Arrow down to the 4th selection "4: !". 5) Hit ENTER twice and the answer of 720 comes up. ... Hope this helps. .....
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