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Say you have a certain number of things or objects. They can be numbers, letters, people, colors, etc. In how many
different ways can these things be arranged in a row? A permutation of some number of objects means the collection
of all possible arrangements of those objects.
Enter your objects (or the names of them), one per line in the box below, then click "Show me!" to see how many ways they can be arranged, and what those arrangements are. Note: 8 items have a total of 40,320 different combinations. For the sake of output and server capacity, we cannot let you enter more than 8 items! |

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