CCSS IP Math II 4.3.1 Example 2

Joely is answering a fill-in-the-blank section on an exam. There are 6 answer choices: a, b, c, d, e, and f, and 5 blanks to fill in. Each answer choice can only be used once, and one answer will not be chosen. How many different ways can Joely fill in the 5 blanks?

 

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applications  combination  npr  of  permutation  probability  repetition 
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15 – 18
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English (United States)
 
 
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