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Nah,\[3!=3\times2\times1\]\[4!=4 \times3\times2\times 1\]

\[n! = n\times(n -1)\times(n-2)\cdots \times 1\]

Nope. If u ! after a number u call it as factorial.
3!=3*2*1
similarly
4!=4*3*2*1

4! = 4x3x2
3!=3x2
24/6=4

Hmm

I still don't understand it. :c

6/24 ?

how do I simplify it more? ;w;

Use a calculator.
But it is pretty clear it is 1/4 or 0.25

Its 3!/4! not 3!/4.

I still don't understand it. But thanks anyway.

Oh, then it's (3 x 2 x 1) / (4 x 3 x 2 x 1)
Which is 6 / 24, meaning the answer is 0.25? :)

Yes.
Btw,What happened to your other account?

Me? I've never had another account ;o I just joined today :)

Interesting.