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Compute: `(8!)/(6! - 4!)`

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#### Solution

`(8!)/(6! - 4!)`

=` (8 xx 7 xx 6 xx 5 xx 4!)/(6 xx 5 xx 4! - 4!)`

= `(4!(8 xx 7 xx 6 xx 5))/(4!(6 xx 5- 1)`

= `(1680)/(29)`

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