The number of ways of arranging objects from objects in order is called the number of _____ of objects taken at a time and is given by the formula _____.
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By the Fundamental Counting Principle the ordering of objects is called the permutation and is equal to . If objects are taken at a time and ordered then the permutation of objects taken at a time is equal to
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