how many 4 letter words can be made from the word LGBASALLOTE

- lgbasallote

how many 4 letter words can be made from the word LGBASALLOTE

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- lgbasallote

by the way...the words don't have to be legitimate words

- anonymous

goat
boat

- anonymous

sale

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- lgbasallote

not real words....

- lgbasallote

it's just how many possible 4 letter words

- lgbasallote

rearrangement

- anonymous

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- tyteen4a03

The solution is a finite number.

- lgbasallote

not infinite...

- anonymous

214,358,881

- lgbasallote

??

- lgbasallote

that's big

- anonymous

\[\pi\]

- anonymous

hello again! well, the numbers can take any place at any time, there are
11 numberal places, therefore the answer is 11^11....wait....

- lgbasallote

....careful....

- anonymous

There are 11 places, but only 8 different letters

- anonymous

exactly! I was thinking of that, however, they don't have to be words!

- anonymous

i'd say over 9000

- anonymous

it will no matter what make a different combination, however i'd say you may be right in context since the other answer given was wrong, therefore maybe 8^8 is correct?

- anonymous

It is either 11^8 or 8^11.

- lgbasallote

where are you getting those numbers....

- anonymous

Ahhh....yes...

- anonymous

look, The combination of letters can be arranged in ANY fashion taking the space of ANY number....there are, 11 places for only 8 letters that could make a possible combination.

- anonymous

however I know im wrong...lets go back, ohgod....4 letter words :0

- anonymous

Oops.... forgot to add the 4-letter word variable

- lgbasallote

it's much more difficult than what you think.....

- tyteen4a03

I suppose LLLG is a valid "word"... *hint hint*

- lgbasallote

11^8 still doesn't make sense though

- anonymous

this changes it to 11^11*4, or 11^11^4?!?! and yes, I know why because it can be any word

- anonymous

Well 11 doesn't matter anymore...

- anonymous

Here is the answer\[11!(1-\frac{ 1 }{ 6! })\]

- lgbasallote

no...

- lgbasallote

i don't even ahve any idea how you got that

- anonymous

hum....11 does matter because thats the number of letters we have....

- anonymous

was I close?

- anonymous

oh! 11^4?

- anonymous

4^11

- lgbasallote

i doubt there's even "11" in the solution

- anonymous

Do you even have the answer?

- lgbasallote

here's an unanswered question that might help.... http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/5064d4f6e4b0f9e4be27e4ed

- lgbasallote

and no i do not...im trying to learn it too

- lgbasallote

i believe the answer should be less than 1960

- anonymous

can you explain to be what 11P4/3 is in the other question? im bad at reading..math..

- lgbasallote

ironic that you're asking someone with a picture that says "i hate math"

- lgbasallote

where's 11P4/3?

- anonymous

almost down a page...

- anonymous

what were you trying todo, or explain in the later sentences of your text?

- lgbasallote

same thing i was trying in teh beginning

- anonymous

hum...

- anonymous

I see....man, I could of never taught of it, the letter cannot take the same space again, but intercahnge from either left or right into spaces it hasnt taken...

- anonymous

11.10.9....(so on)
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4

- anonymous

no, * 4

- lgbasallote

that's not the solution here though...like i pointed out in the other question

- anonymous

11,10....
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2^4..... This ones it

- lgbasallote

no idea where you got that...

- anonymous

http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/Permutations/Permutations.faq.question.17407.html

- anonymous

I might continue tommorow, I am interested..

- anonymous

goofnight and thank you!

- lgbasallote

i told you it's very difficult...

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