Q: How many ways can you arrange or line up 3 different items and how many ways can you arrange 6 items?

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15C3 = 455

If you keep them in a line, there are 24 ways to line them up. Then of course there are squares, diamonds, rectangles, parallelograms, stacks, etc.

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6! = 720

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The number of different ways that you can arrange 15 different items is given by the permutations of 15 things taken 15 at a time. That is 15 factorial, or 1,307,674,368,000.

15C3 = 455

If you keep them in a line, there are 24 ways to line them up. Then of course there are squares, diamonds, rectangles, parallelograms, stacks, etc.

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24 different ways.

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If all nine items are included in every arrangement, like 9 bookson a shelf with no spaces, then there are "9 factorial" =9 x 8 x 7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 = 362,880 different ways to line them up.

That would be 5x4x3x2x1 or 5! or 120 ways to arrange those objects in a line.

you can arrange 8 pictures 28 different ways

6! = 720

You can arrange and rearrange the word as many times as you like!There are 5040 different ways.