Factorials exhibit an interesting trait. The minimum value needed for the length of x! to reach nx, where n is a positive integer, forms an interesting sequence. Let len(x!) = int(log(x!))+1 to account for the extra digit.
What is the relationship between len(x!) and x?
What is the smallest number such that the len(x!)>=8x?
How can I approximate when len(x!) first exceeds/equals nx?