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1. How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if 4 letters are used at a time?
A. 360 B. 720 C. 240 D. 120 E. 60
2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500
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1.How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if 4 letters are used at a time?A. 360 B. 720 C. 240 D. 120 E. 60 Choosing 4 letters out of 6 (distinct) letters to form the word = 6C4=15; Permutations of these 4 letters = 4!=24; Total # of words possible = 15*24= 360 Answer: A. 2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and SA. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500 There are 12 letters in the word "PERMUTATIONS", out of which T is repeated twice. 1. Choosing 4 letters out of 10 (122(P and S)=10) to place between P and S = 10C4 = 210; 2. Permutation of the letters P ans S (PXXXXS or SXXXXP) = 2! =2; 3. Permutation of the 4 letters between P and S = 4! =24; 4. Permutations of the 7 units {P(S)XXXXS(P)}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X} = 7! = 5040; 5. We should divide multiplication of the above 4 numbers by 2! as there is repeated T. Hence: \(\frac{10C4*2!*4!*7!}{2!}=25,401,600\) Answer: B.
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1. choosing 4 out of 6=6c4=15... 4 can be arranged within themselves=4!... total=360 2. i did it this way.. there are total 12 letters out of which 2 have 4 letters within them and there are 2 T.. fixing P in first posn ,S will come in 6th posn.... the posn can be shifted frm 6 to 12... so 7 places... p and s can be interchanged... so total way p and s can be arranged=2*7..... now remaining 10 can be arranged in 10! ways... so total=10!*2*7... since there are 2 t's.. total ways become 10!*2*7/2!=25401600...B
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6c4  what does this 'c' means?



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gmatJP wrote: 6c4  what does this 'c' means? c means "combinations" \(nCk = C^n_k = \frac{n!}{(nk)!k!}\) Look at this post (Unfortunately, It's not finished yet): mathcombinatorics87345.html
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sorry, I'm lost on step 4. Why is it 7 rather than 6?
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thanks wrote: sorry, I'm lost on step 4. Why is it 7 rather than 6?
thanks in advance. Consider P, S and four letters between them as one unit: {PXXXXS}. 6 more letters are left, so total 7 units: {PXXXXS}, {X}, {X}, {X}, {X}, {X}, {X}. These seven units can be arranged in 7! # of ways. Hope it's clear.
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Bunuel, for question 1, why are we considering 4!?as the problem says, no letter should be repeated.but 4! would mean these 4 letters will repeat.pls help me understand
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sdas wrote: Bunuel, for question 1, why are we considering 4!?as the problem says, no letter should be repeated.but 4! would mean these 4 letters will repeat.pls help me understand 4! doesn't mean that letters are repeated. It means letters are rearranged. ABC can be rearranged in 3!=3*2=6 ways. ABC ACB BAC BCA CAB CBA If the letters were allowed to repeat: it would be 3*3*3=3^3=27 ways. 1. 6P4 = 6!/2!=6*5*4*3=360 OR 6C4*4!=360 If repetition were allowed, it would be (n^r) 6^4=6*6*6*6=1296 ways
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I used an alternative approach. \(P\)_ _ _ _ \(S\)_ _ _ _ _ _. The blank spots can be arranged with the remaining 10 letters in \(10!\) ways. The P and S can together be arranged in \(2!\) ways. Also since it is mentioned that have to be always 4 letters between P and S, hence this arrangement can be stretched to another 6 waysall together 7 ways. Because of the repition of Ts, divide the entire relation by 2. Hence, \(10!*2*7 / 2\) or \(10!*7\). Now I shall really appreciate, if anyone helps me in calculating this relation or that of Bunuel's quickly.
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Marcab wrote: I used an alternative approach. \(P\)_ _ _ _ \(S\)_ _ _ _ _ _. The blank spots can be arranged with the remaining 10 letters in \(10!\) ways. The P and S can together be arranged in \(2!\) ways. Also since it is mentioned that have to be always 4 letters between P and S, hence this arrangement can be stretched to another 6 waysall together 7 ways. Because of the repition of Ts, divide the entire relation by 2. Hence, \(10!*2*7 / 2\) or \(10!*7\). Now I shall really appreciate, if anyone helps me in calculating this relation or that of Bunuel's quickly. First of all you did everything correct: 10!*7=25,401,600. Next, this is not a GMAT question, because on the exam you won't be asked to calculate 10!*7. If it were a GMAT question, then most likely one of the options would be 10!*7, or we would be able to eliminate other options easily.
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zaarathelab wrote: 1. How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if 4 letters are used at a time?
A. 360 B. 720 C. 240 D. 120 E. 60
Solution 1: 6*5*4*3 = 360 Solution 2: 6!/(2!4!) * 4! = 6!/2! = 6*5*4*3 = 360 Using the Selection/Deselection Formula \(\frac{N!}{S!D!}\) then multiplying the selections by 4! to get the arrangement of the 4 letters.More examples of the Selection/Deselection technique: Combinations: Deselection/Selection
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zaarathelab wrote: In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500 Solution 1: 1. How many number of ways to position P _ _ _ _ S _ _ _ _ _ _ ? We can have P appear on the first, second, third, to..., seventh of the arrangement of letters. At the same time, we could have P _ _ _ _ S or S _ _ _ _ P. Thus, 7 * 2! 2. How many ways to arrange 10 remaining letters? 10!/2! We divide by 2! because of 2 Ts in the PERMUTATIONS. \(=\frac{7*2!*10!}{2!}=7*10!=25401600\) Solution 2: If you want to understand how permutations work in more detail...How many number of ways to position P _ _ _ _ S _ _ _ _ _ _ ? We can have P appear on the first, second, third, to..., seventh of the arrangement of letters. At the same time, we could have P _ _ _ _ S or S _ _ _ _ P. Thus, 7 * 2! How many number of ways can we select four letters within the P_ _ _ _ S and outside? Getting the number of selections of those selected is always equal to that of those not selected. We use the Selection/Deselection Technique. 10!/4!6! How many ways can we arrange the four letter within P and S? 4! How many ways can we arrange the letters outside P and S? 6! How many duplicate letters just 2 Ts? So we have to divide by 2!. \(=\frac{7*2!*10!*4!*6!}{2!*4!*6!}=25401600\)
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Bunuel wrote: 1.How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if 4 letters are used at a time?
A. 360 B. 720 C. 240 D. 120 E. 60
Choosing 4 letters out of 6 (distinct) letters to form the word = 6C4=15; Permutations of these 4 letters = 4!=24;
Total # of words possible = 15*24= 360
Answer: A.
2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500
There are 12 letters in the word "PERMUTATIONS", out of which T is repeated twice.
1. Choosing 4 letters out of 10 (122(P and S)=10) to place between P and S = 10C4 = 210; 2. Permutation of the letters P ans S (PXXXXS or SXXXXP) = 2! =2; 3. Permutation of the 4 letters between P and S = 4! =24; 4. Permutations of the 7 units {P(S)XXXXS(P)}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X} = 7! = 5040; 5. We should divide multiplication of the above 4 numbers by 2! as there is repeated T.
Hence: \(\frac{10C4*2!*4!*7!}{2!}=25,401,600\)
Answer: B. Hey thanks for the solution Bunuel, it is a silly doubt but I did not understand permutations of the 7 units, can you please help me? Why is it not permutations of 6 units?



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tox18 wrote: Bunuel wrote: 1.How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if 4 letters are used at a time?
A. 360 B. 720 C. 240 D. 120 E. 60
Choosing 4 letters out of 6 (distinct) letters to form the word = 6C4=15; Permutations of these 4 letters = 4!=24;
Total # of words possible = 15*24= 360
Answer: A.
2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500
There are 12 letters in the word "PERMUTATIONS", out of which T is repeated twice.
1. Choosing 4 letters out of 10 (122(P and S)=10) to place between P and S = 10C4 = 210; 2. Permutation of the letters P ans S (PXXXXS or SXXXXP) = 2! =2; 3. Permutation of the 4 letters between P and S = 4! =24; 4. Permutations of the 7 units {P(S)XXXXS(P)}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X} = 7! = 5040; 5. We should divide multiplication of the above 4 numbers by 2! as there is repeated T.
Hence: \(\frac{10C4*2!*4!*7!}{2!}=25,401,600\)
Answer: B. Hey thanks for the solution Bunuel, it is a silly doubt but I did not understand permutations of the 7 units, can you please help me? Why is it not permutations of 6 units? There are 12 letters in "PERMUTATIONS". Four letters between P and S (total of six letters) is one unit: {P(S)XXXXS(P)}, the remaining 6 letters are also one unit each, so total of 7 units. Hope it's clear.
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Bunnel , Need your help on this one. I thought we could have the case like
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In the sense total sum of Ys has to be six but "how many are on P's side and how many on S's side is not fixed " am i missing something fundamental here ?



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2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500
There are 12 letters in the word "PERMUTATIONS", out of which T is repeated twice.
1. Choosing 4 letters out of 10 (122(P and S)=10) to place between P and S = 10C4 = 210; 2. Permutation of the letters P ans S (PXXXXS or SXXXXP) = 2! =2; 3. Permutation of the 4 letters between P and S = 4! =24; 4. Permutations of the 7 units {P(S)XXXXS(P)}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X}{X} = 7! = 5040; 5. We should divide multiplication of the above 4 numbers by 2! as there is repeated T.
Hence: \(\frac{10C4*2!*4!*7!}{2!}=25,401,600\)
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Hi Bunnel,
We have this        P     S , where dashes () can be arranged in whatever ways. I took 3 cases : 1. When both T's will be within P and S , 2.  when both will outside of P and S and 3.  when one will be in and other out of Pa nd S.
I get below = ( 2*4!/2!*7! + 2*4!*7!/2! + 2*4!*7!) * 10C4
= 2*4!*7!*{1/2+1/2+1) * 10C4 = 2*4!*7!*2 * 10C4
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cumulonimbus wrote: 2. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if there are always 4 letters between P and S
A. 2419200 B. 25401600 C. 1814400 D. 1926300 E. 1321500
Hi Bunnel,
We have this        P     S , where dashes () can be arranged in whatever ways. I took 3 cases : 1. When both T's will be within P and S , 2.  when both will outside of P and S and 3.  when one will be in and other out of Pa nd S.
I get below = ( 2*4!/2!*7! + 2*4!*7!/2! + 2*4!*7!) * 10C4
= 2*4!*7!*{1/2+1/2+1) * 10C4 = 2*4!*7!*2 * 10C4
Whats wrong in this calculation ? Please guide If you put 2 T's between P and S, then multiplying this by 10C4 won't be correct. 10C4 is there the number of ways to choose 4 letter which will be between P and S and if already put 2 T's there then you choose 2 out of 8. It should be \((2*\frac{4!}{2!}*7!*C^2_8+ 2*4!*\frac{7!}{2!}*C^4_8+ 2*4!*7!*C^3_8)\). Those are nonGMAT questions. Locking the topic.
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