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So you have 6 items. For example ABCDEF.

You must use at least one item.

Order does not matter (ie. ABC=ACB)

They can not repeat.

So how many different combinations can I create with these items?

Thanks in advanced!

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So you have 6 items. For example ABCDEF.

You must use at least one item.

Order does not matter (ie. ABC=ACB)

They can not repeat.

So how many different combinations can I create with these items?

Thanks in advanced!

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mathman

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It is basically binomial coefficients.

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This is great because this was based on a real life situation of creating images of these groups for a client. I created 60 so I see now that I'm missing 3.

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