Does "permutation" sound more complicated than combination? Yes, it does. Not only does it sound complicated, it is complicated. Utilize our free printable worksheets on permutations and find the number of possible distinct arrangements. Apply the formula P(n,r) = n! / (n-r)! to calculate permutation, where n is the number of things taken at a time. Every little detail matters in permutation, especially the order of the arrangement. For instance, a combination lock is an excellent example of permutation. The order of numbers is extremely important in a combination lock. Download the worksheets and start practicing permutations.
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