How to calculate factorials in Linux

In this video transcript, Sandra Henry-Stocker discusses how to calculate factorials on a Linux system. She explains that factorials are the multiplication of numbers starting with a specified number and decreasing incrementally until reaching 1. To calculate factorials on Linux, you can use commands like “seq” and “bc.” The “seq” command is used to generate a list of sequential numbers, and the “bc” command is used to perform the factorial calculations.

Source:: Network World – Data Center