## Nth derivative by applying the Binomial Theorem

Hello i'm new, i study Econometrics and i have some questions.

I am studying for my exams, and i had several exercises about computing the nth derivative. I totally don't know how to solve it (the last step).
Example:
Let n be given in neutral numbers (dunno how to type it correctly).
Let $F(x) = x^2(1+x)^n$ and write $F^{n}$ for the $n^{th}$ derivative of the function F. Compute $F^{n}$ by applying the Binomial Theorem to $(1+x)^n$

I finished until the part that i had the Binomial theorem worked out. But then the last step i totally don't get.

It has to be something with factorial this and factorial that...

Some other exercises would be:
$x^{3}(1+x)^{n}$ or calculate the $N+3^{th}$ derivative of F. $F(x)= 5x^{4}(1+x)^{N}$