Q: How many different five letter permutations can be formed fron the letters of the word ditto?

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A - Z means you can use the whole alphabet, which usually contains 26 letters. So a one-letter code would give you 26 permutations. 2 letters will give you 26 x 26 permutations. A three letter code, finally, will give you 26 x 26 x 26 , provided you don't have any restrictions given, like avoiding codes formed from 3 similar letters and such.

8 different 4-letter words can be formed from the letters of the word "Nation".

Algorithm is the only nine letter word.

Librarian is a 9 letter word that has letters BRAIN in it.

The seven letters, mcuanst, can be formed into the seven letter word, sanctum. Sanctum is an English word meaning 'a sacred place.'

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There are 5*4*3 = 60 permutations.

9*8*7 / 2! / 3!

There are three that I can see, there's clip, board and lip.

There are 9 * 8 * 7, or 504, three letter permutations that can be made from the letters in the work CLIPBOARD.

The number of 5 letter arrangements of the letters in the word DANNY is the same as the number of permutations of 5 things taken 5 at a time, which is 120. However, since the letter N is repeated once, the number of distinct permutations is one half of that, or 60.

The number of 7 letter permutations of the word ALGEBRA is the same as the number of permutation of 7 things taken 7 at a time, which is 5040. However, since the letter A is duplicated once, you have to divide by 2 in order to find out the number of distinct permutations, which is 2520.

There are 8P5 = 8*7*6*5*4 = 6720

360. There are 6 letters, so there are 6! (=720) different permutations of 6 letters. However, since the two 'o's are indistinguishable, it is necessary to divide the total number of permutations by the number of permutations of the letter 'o's - 2! = 2 Thus 6! ÷ 2! = 360

The number of permutations of the letters MASS where S needs to be the first letter is the same as the number of permutations of the letters MAS, which is 3 factorial, or 6. SMAS SMSA SAMS SASM SSMA SSAM

There are 7893600 permutations.

A - Z means you can use the whole alphabet, which usually contains 26 letters. So a one-letter code would give you 26 permutations. 2 letters will give you 26 x 26 permutations. A three letter code, finally, will give you 26 x 26 x 26 , provided you don't have any restrictions given, like avoiding codes formed from 3 similar letters and such.

Six.