You do know what "factorial" means, correct? It's really easy to write a routine to calculate factorials. Just remember that 0! is defined as 1. In any case, n! is only defined for non-negative integers (the closely related gamma function is defined for all real numbers). For sufficiently large values of n, n! is approximated by Stirling's approximation.
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Oi
The factorial is up there, along with the solution.
it's not well detailed, but since I start thinking that this is an homework... I can only suggest you try to understand it, and grok it yourself.
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