Any number can start a factorial

Any positive number can be found at the beginning of a factorial. That is, for every positive integer n, there is an integer m such that the leading digits of m! are the digits of n. There’s a tradition in math to use the current year when you need an arbitrary numbers; you’ll see this … Continue reading Any number can start a factorial

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