PERMUTATIONS (ARRANGEMENT OF OBJECTS)

The number of permutations of n objects, taken r at a time, is the total number of arrangements of r objects, selected from n objects where the order of the arrangement is important.

Without Repetition:

(a) Arranging n objects, taken r at a time is equivalent to filling r places from n things.

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