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## How many ways can 10 different beads we are arranged to form a necklace?

Answer: This is called a cyclic permutation. The formula for this is simply (n-1)!/2, since all the beads are identical. Hence, the answer is 9!/2 = 362880/2 = 181440.

## How many necklaces can you make with 10 beads of colors?

This is easy: count all permutations of 10 beads, 10!, then divide by 20 because we counted each permutation 10 times due to rotation, and counted each of these twice because you can flip the necklace over. Thus the answer is 10!/20 = 181440.

## How many ways 8 different beads can be arranged to form a necklace?

The number of ways in which 8 different beads be strung on a necklace is. 2500. 2520.

## How many necklaces can be formed with 7 beads?

It would be 7! = 5040 diffrent necklaces.

## How many different bangles can be formed from 8 different colored beads?

Total of permutations = 2,520+3*1,680 = 7,560.

## How many necklaces can be formed with 6 white and 5 red beads if each necklace is unique how many can be formed?

5! but correct answer is 21.

## How many necklaces can be formed from 6 beads?

In how many ways can 6 different beads be arranged to form a necklace? – Quora. Usually, the answer to a question about the number of ways to arrange 6 items would be answered 6*5*4*3*2*1 = 6! = 720. However, necklaces may be turned around, so you only have 720/2 = 360 possible necklaces.

## How many arrangements of beads are possible in a bracelet if there are 6 different designs of beads?

Since there are 6! linear arrangements of six distinct beads, the number of distinguishable circular arrangements is 6! 6=5!

## How many necklaces can be made using 7 beads of which 5 are identical red beads and 2 are identical blue beads?

= 720/(120*2) = 3. So we can have 3 different necklaces.

## How many ways can 6 differently Coloured beads be threaded on a string?

Assuming that the beads are different, the first bead can be picked in 6 ways. Then the second bead can be picked in 5 ways. And the third bead can be picked in 4 ways, etc. Multiplying these together, we get 6*5*4*3*2*1 = 720 ways.