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permutations and combinations

Asked by shwetaworld 2nd April 2010, 4:14 AM
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Use permutations when ordering is important. For example take letters A, B, C.

So we can arrange them in ABC, ACB, CAB, CBA, BAC, BCA. So by counting we find there are 6 different ways to arrange three letters.

Use combinations when order is not important. For example, the A, B, C can have only one combination whether you call it ABC, or CBA, doesn't matter.

So keep in mind when solving any related problem, and note carefully whether order is important or not.

Regards,

Team,

TopperLearning.

Answered by Expert 2nd April 2010, 6:25 AM
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