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How many ways can 3 oaks, 4 pines, 2 maples be arranged along a property line if one does not distinguish between trees of the same kind?

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if there is no distinguishment between the trees..won't it just be 9!?
i might add, divided by 3!4!2!
Yeah, but I don't understand what "one does not distinguish between trees of the same kind" means. :|

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why so? @Ishaan94 ? doesn't "one does not distinguish between trees of the same kind" mean that they're all counted as the same?
It means, Maple_1 Maple_2 or Maple_2 Maple_1 is same arrangement.
is that so...thanks

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