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Originally Posted by Viliam Furik
The whole process is here.
If we say the 7 factorial is x, then we can generalize it for x, and by shifting things around, we find that expression of the form (√√x + √√x) * √(√x + (√x)/x) is a whole number whenever x+1 is a square.

Thanks a lot....no big deal, but you dropped he 2x on line 2 of your napkin.
So If I knew what I was doing I could reverse this process and get other whole numbers starting with √(x!+1) ??
x can be 4, 5, or 7.