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Well, assuming you are allowed

singles, triples etc, the following ensues:

6 singles (x)

5+4+3+2+1 =15 doubles (sum of singles 1 to x-1)

10+6+3+1 =20 triples (sum of triangles of 1 to x-2)

9+4+1 =14 quartets (sum of squares of 1 to x-3)

6 quintets (when you reach groups of x-1, simply x)

1 sextet (all of them cannot be in any other combinations)

Total it all up and you get 6+15+20+14+6+1 = 62 combinations, no repeats.

(I believe so anyway)

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Two make combinations you would take 2x1=2 combinations only

42 combinations.

3*3*3 = 27.

If the 6 digits can be repeated, there are 1296 different combinations. If you cannot repeat digits in the combination there are 360 different combinations. * * * * * No. That is the number of PERMUTATIONS, not COMBINATIONS. If you have 6 different digits, you can make only 15 4-digit combinations from them.

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Two make combinations you would take 2x1=2 combinations only

There are 1 combination of 4 colours out of 4, 4 combinations of 3 colours out of 4, 6 combinations of 2 colours out of 4, 4 combinations of 1 colour out of 4. A grand total of 15 (= 24-1) combinations.

20 different combinations of silverware

25 different combinations.

42 combinations.

3*3*3 = 27.

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Their is 25 combinations

Red,white, pink, yellow and a variety of their combinations.

If the 6 digits can be repeated, there are 1296 different combinations. If you cannot repeat digits in the combination there are 360 different combinations. * * * * * No. That is the number of PERMUTATIONS, not COMBINATIONS. If you have 6 different digits, you can make only 15 4-digit combinations from them.

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