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**Plato** "Could you also tell me the final solution with all the letters." The answer is absolutely no. There are homework services that you can pay and get it done. If you only want an answer the go elsewhere.

Part b, i has three parts it asks 'how many ways can a rearrangement begin a consonant?'

If we start with a *c* it occurs three times.

If we start with a *r, s, or n* they occur two times each.

If we start with a *f, g, or m* they occur only one times each.

If you want to learn how to do this kind of question, you will try to follow my answers.

Adding the three gives us the total number that begin with a consonant.

If you do not want to do that then bye-bye.