You can look at the Wikipedia page on the "Multinomial theorem". In the section "Number of unique permutations of words" it shows you the answer
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You can look at the Wikipedia page on the "Multinomial theorem". In the section "Number of unique permutations of words" it shows you the answer
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Letters with multiplicities are (M2, A2, N2, G1, E2, T1).
How five letter words with 1M 1A 1N 1G 1E?
How five letter words with 2M's 1A 1N 1G?
How five letter words with 2M's 2A's and 1N?
After knowing this, what is one way to count all the possibilities?