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Teresa has 4 flowers, 4 designs. How many ways can she display/mix them up.
Thank you ....but 4x4 seems too simple.
If I line up abcd, bcda,cdab, etc......
(Naming each design abcd) ??? is it possibley more?

  • Math 4 -

    I thought it was a problem like four blouses and four skirts. Take one each, and it will be a simple solution like 4*4.
    If it is more complicated, you'll need to give more information (take one at a time, two, ...)

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