Can someone explain the basic difference between permutation and combination? Are there a formula(s) to know?
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Originally Posted by magentarita Can someone explain the basic difference between permutation and combination? Permutations are order driven: the number of ways to form a queue. Combinations are content driven: the number of ways to form a collection. Originally Posted by magentarita Are there a formula(s) to know?
Originally Posted by Plato Permutations are order driven: the number of ways to form a queue. Combinations are content driven: the number of ways to form a collection. Thank you for the great formulas and definitions.
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