# Number of seconds in 6 weeks

Using only 3 characters (any single digit or one of the following operators: $$+,\, -,\, \times,\, \div,\, !$$), construct an expression that evaluates to the number of seconds in 6 weeks.

• Usual..+,-,/,!,x – Uvc Apr 30 '19 at 18:55
• ^I added this information in to the original post. In the future, if you post questions like these, please make sure that all possible specifications are included. Thanks! :) – HTM Apr 30 '19 at 19:02
• Thanks for clarifying the question..I am a novice to the site and hopefully improve as I go along. – Uvc Apr 30 '19 at 19:05
• is × multiplication? – Mom344 May 1 '19 at 0:35
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'$$10!$$' = 3628800 = (60*60*24*7*6)
'$$9!5$$' evaluates to (9! * 5) = 1814400 = (60*60*24*7*3)
• @PiIsNot3 When an operator is involved, concatenation is hardly an option. The real problem with this solution is that it could be $9$ times the subfactorial of $5$... – Arnaud Mortier Apr 30 '19 at 20:01