I understand that factorials are more of a pre-algebra subject, but with a number such as 10^80, I believe it is a little more "Higher Level" than that.

I also don't feel like taking all eternity to do the math.

Why 10^80?

10^80 is the accepted number of elementary particles in the observable universe. Well, between the acceptable estimated range of 10^78 and 10^82.

Although the method is flawed, because there is empty space where particles could be, it is the closest example of the chance of every particle being where it is that I, a high school non-astronomer, can come up with.

I hope you can help me, this is the last step in me finishing my script.

Also, if you have a better method of figuring this out, I would be overjoyed to hear it.

Sincerely,

Jares