Simplify, please: \frac{12!}{8!4!}

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Simplify, please: 12!8!4!
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Jacob Homer
Answered 2021-12-11 Author has 41 answers
12!8!4!=
=12×11×10×9×8!8!4!= NKS =12×11×10×94!=
=12×11×10×94×3×2×1=
=11×5×91=495
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