Remember the definition of the factorial: \(n!=n(n−1)(n−2)\cdots1\). So in this case,

\(6!=6\cdot5\cdot4\cdot3\cdot2\cdot1\)

Now just work out that product by hand or using a calculator to get your final answer.

Question

asked 2021-05-21

A salesperson earns $50 a day plus 12% commission on sales over $200. If her daily earnings are $76.88, how much money in merchandise did she sell?

asked 2021-05-11

Two minor league baseball players got a total of 366 hits. Washington had 12 more hits than Sanchez. Find the number of hits for each player.

asked 2021-06-03

Find a counterexample to show that each statement is false.

The sum of any three odd numbers is even.

When an even number is added to the product of two odd numbers, the result will be even.

When an odd number is squared and divided by 2, the result will be a whole number.

The sum of any three odd numbers is even.

When an even number is added to the product of two odd numbers, the result will be even.

When an odd number is squared and divided by 2, the result will be a whole number.

asked 2021-06-27

Gary made four times as much money as Joel over the summer. combined, the two made $475. How much money did each boy earn?