There is series like N= 3! + 4! +.....+ 64!. It is asked whether it is perfect square or cube . How to identify Whether N is perfect square or cube for any big factorial or for sum of factorial ?
Let us define $a_n$ as $$a_n=3!+4!+...+n!$$ Rearrange this sum as $$a_n=3!(1+4+4\cdot 5+4\cdot 5\cdot 6+...+4\cdot5\cdot ...\cdot n)$$ Since $3!=6$ is not a perfect square or divisible by a perfect square, in order for $a_n$ to be a perfect square, the sum $1+4+4\cdot 5+...+4\cdot5\cdot ...\cdot n$ must be divisible by $6$. Note that all terms including and after the $4\cdot 5\cdot 6$ term are divisible by $6$, so the whole sum is divisible by $6$ if and only if $1+4+4\cdot 5$ is divisible by $6$. It is not divisible by $6$, so $a_n$ cannot be a perfect square.
Of course, this makes the assumption that $n\ge 6$, but you can check the cases $n=3,4,5$ for yourself since they are only finitely many.