Distinguishable Permutations These exercises involve distinguishable permutations.
Arrangements In how many different ways can five red balls, two white balls and seven blue balls be arranged in a row?
The number of different ways in which five red balls, two white balls, and seven blue balls can be arranged in a row.
There are red balls, white balls, and blue balls.
Distinguishable Permutations: If a set of items consists of different kind of items with items of the first kind, items of the second kind, and so on as , then the number of distinguishable permutations of these items is,
Since, there are red balls, white balls, and blue balls. So, total balls are
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