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## How many necklaces can be made using 7 beads?

It would be 7! = **5040 diffrent necklaces**.

## How many different necklaces can be formed using 9 different Coloured beads?

This leaves us with 18,150 – 6 = 18,144 strings. The total number of necklaces we can form with these strings is 18,144 ÷ 9 = **2016**.

## How many ways can 10 different colored beads be threaded on a string?

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 ways can 6 beads be arranged in a string?

6P6 = **720** or 6!

## How many ways 5 different beads can be arranged to form a necklace?

So, we have to divide 24 by 2. Therefore the total number of different ways of arranging 5 beads is 242=**12** .

## How many necklaces can you make with 6 beads of 3 colors?

The first step is easy: the number of ways to colour 6 beads, where each bead can be red, green or blue, is 3^{6} = **729**. Next we put the beads on a necklace, and account for duplicate patterns.

## How many necklaces can be formed with 8 colored beads?

**2520 Ways** 8 beads of different colours be strung as a necklace if can be wear from both side.

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

How many different bangles can be formed from 8 different colored beads? Answer: **5,040 bangles** .

## How many different ways can the 8 persons be seated in a circular table?

ways, where n refers to the number of elements to be arranged. = **5040 ways**.

## How many ways can 12 beads be arranged on a bracket?

12 different beads can be arranged among themselves in a circular order in **(12-1)!=** **11!** **Ways**. Now, in the case of necklace, there is not distinction between clockwise and anti-clockwise arrangements.

## How many ways can the 7 persons be seated in a circular table?

Since in this question we have to arrange persons in a circle and 7 persons have to be arranged in a circle so that every person shall not have the same neighbor. Hence there are **360 ways** to do the above arrangement and therefore the correct option is A. So, the correct answer is “Option A”.