In how many ways can you seat 4 couples at a round table if:
1) each couple sits together?
2) no couples sits together?
I got 12 for the first...I highly doubt it's right though. Any tups? I don't want you to actually solve it all out for me, but pointing me in the right direction would be nice
I know that: # of circular combinations = # of linear combinations / # of circle combinations that can occur from each linear combination.
I just can't really figure out exactly how to apply that to these problems...