Suppose I have . How many ways can I arrange them?

If I have , then I would have combinations. What do I do if I have another group of two?

Would it be (ie. the number of ways of picking multiplied by the number of ways of rearranging ?

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Suppose I have . How many ways can I arrange them?

If I have , then I would have combinations. What do I do if I have another group of two?

Would it be (ie. the number of ways of picking multiplied by the number of ways of rearranging ? - April 5th 2010, 09:26 AMPlato