Q. 434.7( 3 Votes )

# Fill in the Blanks

The number of permutations of n different objects, taken r at a line, when repetitions are allowed, is ______.

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PREVIOUSFill in the Blanks15C8 + 15C9 – 15C6 – 15C7 = ______.NEXTFill in the BlanksThe number of different words that can be formed from the letters of the word INTERMEDIATE such that two vowels never come together is ______.[Hint: Number of ways of arranging 6 consonants of which two are alike isand number of ways of arranging vowels

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