Pre Calc
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Determine K:
a:12! b:65!+64!+63!=k^2*963!
 =k
10!
c:(k+5)!=(k^2+196)(k+3)!

Determine K:
a:12!
 =k
10!
b:65!+64!+63!=k^2*963!
c:(k+5)!=(k^2+196)(k+3)!
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