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Number of ways the word 'SUCCESS' can be arranged, such that no two S's and C's are together.
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Number of ways the word 'SUCCESS' can be arranged, such that no two S's and C's are together.
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@waterineyes ....Can u Solve it out!
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\[\binom{5}3\frac{4!}{2!}\binom433!\]
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or The total number of permutation of letters (T)= 7!2!3! With two cc together (A)= 6!2! With three ss together (B)= 6!2!−5!2! With both ss and cc together (C)= 5!−4! Answer = T  A  B + C = 96
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@Derp_Derpington Plzz mention the site from which u copied this..... http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/162394/arrangementofthewordsuccess
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It is against the COD if u copy paste the answers
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oh yeah sorry forgot to
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@waterineyes plzz expl this.....i did nt understand
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That will be 7!/2! 3! @Derp_Derpington right??
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@waterineyes yes it is!
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im thinking a tree diagram would be rather long and involved eh
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success; 7 tiers, 4 letters 3s1u2c1e s1 u c1 e c1 e s2 u s2 e u s2 c1 es2 c1s2 ec1 c2s2e c2ue uc2s2 s2c2 uc2 s2u it might go simpler on paper tho
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a tree diagram .... which was the idea i proposed :/
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working it out on paper might go easier than trying to type it up readably on the computer screen tho
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