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Find the number of permutations in the word “fission” In how many ways can a student arrange 6 textbooks on a locker shelf that can hold 4 books at a time? the number of permutations of the first 8 letters of the alphabet taking 5 letters at a time.

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  1. RadEn
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    number 1) use the formula : P = n!/(q1!*q2!) with n = the sum of elements q1 and q2 are the elements have the same elements what u get ?

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