An examination of the two basic divisions of combinatorics: permutations, which are groupings of items where the order of the items is important, and combinations, where only the identity of the items is important, regardless of the order in which they appear. Students study both kinds of groupings, and learn to calculate the number of possible unique ways to combine or arrange items of all kinds, whether allowing or denying repeated or indistinguishable items.
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