Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math


Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and design a Windows application based on the case project shown in Figure 6-134:


Most calculators have an operation called a “factorial” which is shown on a calculator key as an exclamation point. For example 5! (5 factorial) multiplies 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 to calculate the result of 120. Using loops to compute the factorial, display the following factorials in a Listbox object:
1! 1
2! 2
3! 6
4! 24
5! 120
6! 720
7! 5040
8! 40320
9!

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math

Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and design a Windows application based on the case project shown in Figure 6-134:

Most calculators have an operation called a “factorial” which is shown on a calculator key as an exclamation point. For example 5! (5 factorial) multiplies 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 to calculate the result of 120. Using loops to compute the factorial, display the following factorials in a Listbox object:
1! 1
2! 2
3! 6
4! 24
5! 120
6! 720
7! 5040
8! 40320
9!

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