How do I prove that $3n\log(n!) \in O(n^2\log n)$?
Based on simpler exercises I did, it involves finding $n_0$ and $c$ such that $t(n) \leq c * n^2$ if we wanted to prove that $t(n) \in O(n^2)$.
Now I try to apply this in the above situation we would like to find a $c$ that makes this $3n\log(n!) \leq c \times (n^2\log n) $ true.
I have no idea what to do to find $c$ and the $n!$ bothers me because I don't know what to do with it.