Ch 6: ASVAB Math: Factorials in Math

About This Chapter

Our video study guides will walk you through factorials in an easily digestible way. Learn all you need to know here in preparation for the math section of the ASVAB.

ASVAB Math: Factorials in Math - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter to learn about factorials and their use when you're solving math problems. While you prepare for the ASVAB, you'll find the short and simple video lessons guide you through the world of factorials and various problem-solving processes. Subjects in this chapter include:

  • The definition and usefulness of factorials
  • Factorials formulas
  • Factorial notation

Our subject-expert instructors have put together fun, engaging video lessons that will make learning factorials a snap! Study along with the formulas in the chapter transcripts and then test your skills with our guided self-exams.

ASVAB Math: Factorials in Math Chapter Objectives

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests a candidate for the U.S. Military's understanding of basic principles in several academic fields. This test can be taken throughout the year by anyone who is eligible to join the military but is mostly offered to high school students.

There are 25 multiple-choice questions in the paper-based Math Knowledge subtest that you will have to solve within 24 minutes.

A computerized version of the exam also exists, and it contains 16 questions and a 20-minute time limit. The Math Knowledge section includes some questions about factorials. This study guide is designed to teach you everything you'll need to know to answer those questions. After studying this chapter, you will be able to explain the definition of factorials, understand what they are used for, and demonstrate how to solve problems with factorials in them and use different factorial formulas.

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