For the following exercises, find the distinct number of arrangements. Susan bought 20 plants to arrange along the border of her garden. How many distinct arrangements can she make if the plants are comprised of 6 tulips, 6 roses, and 8 daisies?

Chapter 11, 11.5 Exercise #53

For the following exercises, find the distinct number of arrangements.

Susan bought 20 plants to arrange along the border of her garden. How many distinct arrangements can she make if the plants are comprised of 6 tulips, 6 roses, and 8 daisies?

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