8th grade math

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SUZIE HAD TO WRAP A TRUCK,A CAR, A BUS
AND A TRAIN. IN HOW MANY ORDERS CAN SHE
WRAP THESE PRESENTS?

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    If they can't be repeated: 4! or 24
    If they can be repeated: 4^4 or 256

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