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## The Basics of GMAT Combinatorics

By: Apex GMAT Contributor: Svetozara Saykova Date: 24th June 2021 Combinatorics can seem like one of the most difficult types of questions to come across on the GMAT. Luckily there are not many of them within the exam. Still these questions make up the top level of...

## Permutations with Restrictions

By: Rich Zwelling, Apex GMAT Instructor Date: 2nd March, 2021 So far, we’ve covered the basics of GMAT combinatorics, the difference between permutations and combinations, some basic permutation and combination math, and permutations with repeat elements. Now, we’ll...

## What Happens When Permutations Have Repeat Elements?

As promised in the last post, today we’ll discuss what happens when we have a PERMUTATIONS situation with repeat elements. What does this mean exactly? Well, let’s return to the basic example in our intro post on GMAT combinatorics: If we have five distinct paintings,...

## A Continuation of Permutation Math

Review of Example From Last Post Last time, when we started our discussion of GMAT Combinatorics, we gave a brief example of GMAT permutations in which we had five paintings and asked how many arrangements could be made on a wall with those paintings. As it turns out,...