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MATH 221 LAB 07 FA 09 - M ATH 221 Student Name Instructor...

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MATH 221 Statistics for Decision Making LAB 7 Student Name Section © Copyright 2009 by P.E.P. Page 1 of 2 Instructor Due Date PROJECT Factorials 100 Points _____ your score Objective To utilize a spreadsheet to display a table of factorials. PROJECT DESCRIPTION This project has you designing and utilizing a two - column spreadsheet which displays the various non - negative integers and their corresponding factorial decimal equivalents. Information About This Project This particular project involves computing factorials. For any non - negative number n , n factorial denoted as n ! equals n ! = n ( n - 1 ) ( n - 2 ) . . . 1 For example, 5 ! = 5 ( 5 - 1 ) ( 5 - 2 ) ( 5 - 3 ) ( 5 - 4 ) which simplifies as 5 ! = 5 4 3 2 1 or 120 Steps To Complete This Project STEP 1 Open a blank MS Excel worksheet and design a two - column spreadsheet according to the following instructions: In your worksheet cell A1 , type the letter n and press Enter . In cell B1 , type the text n factorial and press Enter . Center the text in both of these cells.
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