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A factory checker is one who monitors the inflow and outflow of goods and materials in a factory particularly with respect to those goods and materials that go in to the wareh…ouse and would eventually go out of the same warehouse of a factory. The factory checker would need to maintain an inventory book that would register the number of goods or the level of stocks of goods and materials inside the warehouse of a factory. (MORE)

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A factory that produced ammunition, such as artillery shells, bombs, missiles is a munitions factory.

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A factorial is when a number has an exlamation point after it so it represents all the positive integers leading up to that number then you multiply to solve the factorial. …For example: 6! = 6 X 5 X 4 X 3 X 2 X 1 = 720 (MORE)

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Usually kids worked at factories, and the machines would hurt them and sometimes could kill them. For example if you had a loose clothes it would pull you in . It really depen…ds on what factories. (MORE)

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20! = 20 x 19 x 18 x 17 x 16 x 15 x 14 x 13 x 12 x 11 x 10 x 9 x 8 x 7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 2432902008176640000

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Yes, there is. There is a law of factorial. Law of factorial is confirmed by a general formula to be expressed by words. From there one has a proof without words that z…ero factorial is equal to one. One has not to accept 0!=1 by convention anymore. And the "0!"is not an empty product. Author Đoàn Đức Nhuận (in vietnamese) Explanation of the law n! = (n+1)n -nn.n +(n -1)n.n(n-1)/2 -(n -2)n.n(n-1)(n-2)/2.3 + (n -3)n.n(n -1)(n -2)(n -3)/2.3.4 +… …+(-1)n-4.5 n.n(n -1)(n -2)(n -3)/2.3.4 +(-1)n -3.4n.n(n -1)(n -2)/2.3 +(-1)n -2.3n.n(n -1)/2 +(-1)n -1.2n.n +(-1)n.1 Law of The Factorial's Property The Factorial of every natural number n is analized and arranged unique by order and is alternately equal to sums and subtractions of the n+1 products of: every nth exponentiation of a base (from n+1, among n+1 bases, to the last number 1), with every number (from number 1, anong n+1 numbers, to the last number 1). Explanation of n! n,..., n! = (n +1)n - nn.n +… …+(-1)n -1.2n.n +(-1)n.1 ……... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6,..., 6! = 720 = 1.76 - 6.66 + 15.56 - 20.46 + 15.36 - 6.26 + 1.16 5,..., 5! = 120 = 1.65 - 5.55 + 10.45 - 10.35 + 5.25 - 1.15 4,..., 4! = ..24 = 1.54 - 4.44 + 6.34 - 4.24 + 1.14 3,..., 3! = ....6 = 1.43 - 3.33 + 3.23 - 1.13 2,..., 2! = ....2 = 1.32 - 2.22 + 1.12 1,..., 1! = ....1 = 1.21 - 1.11 0,..., 0! = ...... = 1.10 ................... (1.10 = 1.1 = 1) One sees from the Explanation of n! that: All of numbers on rows and columns perform as by law. From that one has a final logical inductive: When n = 0, in the column n!, the 0! cannot be equal to any logical value. But from the Explanation of n!, clearly that one deduces: 0! = 1.10 = 1.1 = 1. The Factorial has its general property of its own, and from "The Property Formula of Factorial" one proves: 0! = 1. The thing above is A proof that 0! = 1, isn't it? And from now on, one has not to accept by convention: 0! = 1. (MORE)

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You first look at the number that is before the !(factorial sign).Then you times all positive integers (which means it doesn'tinclude 0), including the number itself. The answ…er is thefactorial of the original number beside the ! sign.EX.:4!=1x2x3x4=24 (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Factories pollute in order to manufacture their products. Often they feel it is not cost effective to find less harmful ways to manufacture. They may not want to spend the… money. (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4