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Assuming you meant how many combinations can be formed by picking 8 numbers from 56 numbers, we have:

(56 * 55 * 54 * 53 * 52 * 51 * 50 * 49)/8! = (7 * 11 * 3 * 53 * 13 * 51 * 25 * 7) = 1420494075 combinations. (Also equal to 57274321104000/40320)

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