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239,500,800 12!/2! * * * * * Actually, as the word "permutation" [not permutations] has 11 letters, the answer is 11!/2! = 19,958,400

A permutation is an ordered arrangement of a set of objects.

360; I think.

By definition, a permutation is a bijection from a set to itself. Since a permutation is bijective, it is one-to-one.

There can be only one permutation of a single number: so the answer is 7.

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September has 9 letter, of which one appears 3 times. So the number of distinct permutations is 9!/3! = 120,960

A permutation is the rearrangement of objects or symbols into distinguishable sequences.You can use the formulas. nPr=n! / (n-r)!where n the set from which elements are permuted and r is the size of each permutation (! is the factorial operator)For example: How many ways can you rearrange the word math? 4P4=4!/(4-4)! 4P4=4!/1 4P4=24

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There are ten letters in the word. The total number of possible permutations is(10) x (9) x (8) x (7) x (6) x (5) x (4) x (3) x (2) = 3,628,800But the two 'c's can be arranged in either of 2 ways with no distinguishable change.Also, the three 'i's can be arranged in any of (3 x 2) = 6 ways with no distinguishable change.And the three 't's can be arranged in any of (3 x 2) = 6 ways with no distinguishable change.So the total number of possible permutations can be divided by (2 x 6 x 6) = 72, the number oftimes each distinguishable permutation occurs with different and indisnguishable arrangementsof 'c', 'i', and 't'.We're left with(10) x (9) x (8) x (7) x (...) x (5) x (...) x (...) x (2) = (3,628,800/72) = 50,400 distinguishable arrangements.

There are 20160 permutations of the word.

239,500,800 12!/2! * * * * * Actually, as the word "permutation" [not permutations] has 11 letters, the answer is 11!/2! = 19,958,400

Permutation is when order matters

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A permutation is an ordered arrangement of a set of objects.

Normally, there would be 5!=120 different permutations* of five letters. Since two of the letters are the same, we can each of these permutations will be duplicated once (with the matching letters switched). So there are only half as many, or 60 permutations.* (the correct terminology is "permutation". "combination" means something else.)