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# Bracelets You are putting 4 spacers, 10 gold charms, and 8

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Problem 27E

Problem 27E

Bracelets You are putting 4 spacers, 10 gold charms, and 8 silver charms on a bracelet. In how many distinguishable ways can the spacers and charms be put on the bracelet?

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You are putting  spacers,  gold charms, and  silver charms on a bracelet.

In how many distinguishable ways can the spacers and charms be put on the bracelet.

We know the following relationship,

The number of distinguishable permutations of  objects where permutations of  objects where  are of one type,  are of another type, and so on, and

We have given

Hence  different ways can the spacers and charms be put on the bracelet..

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