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kanwal32

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circular permutation question

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  1. kanwal32
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    number of ways in which 7 girls can stand in a circle so that they do not have the same neighbour

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    why are we using that there is no difference betwenn clockwise and anticlockwise arrangement

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    @ganeshie8 @ParthKohli @amistre64 @ikram002p @hartnn

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    @Kainui

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    number of ways in which 7 girls can stand in a circle that parts readable to me so that they do not have the same neighbour i got no idea what this is saying or maybe that is what is defining the constraint you mentions x a y = y a x

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    a = a x y y x the rotation is the same in both directions

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    does seating position matter? x a y a y x y x a

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