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We're currently studying counting and the different equations which are the foundation of probability (permutations and combinations). I understand that permutations are used when order is taken into account and combinations is for when order doesn't matter.
However, the two equations appear very similar. I don't see how permutations can accommodate for order when combination cannot.
However, the two equations appear very similar. I don't see how permutations can accommodate for order when combination cannot.