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I know that (n+1)! = n!(n+1) but how would i solve the factorial: (2n+3)! thank you.

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    I don't know what you mean by 'solve' in this case.

    (2n+3)! = (2n)!(2n+1)(2n+2)(2n+3) if that helps.

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    thx man

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