How do you use the factorial notation n! in Excel?

I need to calculate data in a table and part of the equation has the factorial notation n! (3!=3x2x1). How can I put this into the equation in Excel? I can’t seem to be able to just use the exclamation mark.

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  • =FACT(num)

    For example to get 3! use

    =FACT(3)

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    How do you use the factorial notation n! in Excel?

    I need to calculate data in a table and part of the equation has the factorial notation n! (3!=3x2x1). How can I put this into the equation in Excel? I can’t seem to be able to just use the exclamation mark.

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