and factorial(50) =
Several other individuals also found the values 50! and 51!.
Tom Womack confirmed the 12!, 13! and 50!, 51! bounds. He found Gamma(13.8917534369) and "roughly Gamma(51.186119476)"
as answers for problem 7. in Size.
(Note that the Definition of the function causes Gamma of (n+1) to be n!, at integer values n.) Womack stated
"I found the gamma values using the Maple 7 computer-algebra package,