## How many different strings can be made from the letters in the word Mississippi using all the letters?

There are **34,650** permutations of the word MISSISSIPPI.

## How many different strings can be made from the letters in Orono using some or all of the letters?

**How many different strings can be made from the letters in ORONO**, **using some or all of the letters**? The answer is 63.

## How many different strings can be formed by reordering the letter of the word success?

5. **How many different strings can be made by reordering the letters of the word SUCCESS**? 7!

## How many strings of six letters are there?

From all **strings of six letters**, exclude those that have no vowels: 266 − 216 = 223,149,655 **strings**. d) at least two vowels? Subtract the answer for a) from the answer for c): 223,149,655−122,523,030 = 100,626,625 **strings**.

## What is the number of arrangements of all the six letters in the word pepper?

In conclusion, there are 5 **combinations** of 4 **letters** each that can be made from the **word PEPPER**. The answer is 38. Imagine reordering the 6 **letters** accounting for repetition (getting to the 60 you mentioned in the question). Map those 6 **letter** words into 4 **letter** words by taking into account only the initial 4 **letters**.

## How many words can you make out of Mississippi?

Total Number of **words made out of Mississippi** = 27.

## How many strings with seven or more characters can be formed from the letters in Evergreen?

How **many strings with seven or more characters can be formed from the letters** of **EVERGREEN**. I’m lost on this one, the answer is supposed to be 19, 635.

## How many ways can you rearrange the letters?

“ARRANGEMENT” is an **eleven**-letter word. If there were no repeating letters, the answer would simply be 11! =**39916800**.

## How many words can be formed by using all the letters of the word success?

Therefore the total number of arrangement of the **word SUCCESS can be formed** is 7!/3!

## How many arrangements of the letters s u/c c’e s ss u/c c’e s/s in a straight line are possible?

The seven **letters** ‘**s**‘, ‘**u**‘, ‘**c**‘, ‘**c**‘, ‘**e**‘, ‘**s**‘, ‘**s**‘ include three **s’s** and two **c’s**. The number of **permutations is** 7! / (3!* 2!) = 420.

## How many 6 letter combinations are there?

Why Limit The Combinations To Only 7?

Characters | Combinations |
---|---|

5 | 120 |

6 | 720 |

7 | 5,040 |

8 | 40,320 |