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Write in "factorial" system. a.) 244 b.) 1000 I'm a bit confused on how to do this, of course I may be able to use a computer to compute this but how can I do this manually with formula? (I don't know the formula >___<)

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  1. DarkGhost
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    im not really sure there is a formula for this one :( I think the easiest way is guess and check.

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  2. wakoff
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    Do you mind if I show you the answer the teacher gave me?

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    sure

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    #12

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    sorry man im unsure on that one

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    ok np ty, for looking at it

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Factorial_number_system

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