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someone makes flower arragments they have 12 flowers that are cut and plan to use 6 of them. How many different sections of the 6 are possible

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    and How ways can the 6 flowers be chosen

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    12 x 11 x 10 x 9 x 8 x 7

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    thats the number of arrangements , assuming no repetitions

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    I am guess they wouldnt want repetitions , because repating colours are boring lols

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    repeating*

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    and the 6 flowers can be chosen in 12C6 = 924 ways

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