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Find the value of: `(5(26!) + (27!))/(4(27!) - 8(26!)`

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#### Solution

`(5(26!) + (27!))/(4(27!) - 8(26!)`

= `(5(26!) + 27(26!))/(4(27xx26!) - 8(26!)`

= `(26!(5 + 27))/(4(26!)(27-2))`

= `32/((4)(25))`

= `(8)/(25)`

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