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A permutation puzzle (Posted on 2006-09-20) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine the number of permutations (p1, p2,...p7) of 1,2, ...7; such that for all k 1≤k≤6, (p1, p2,... pk) is not a permutation of (1,2, ...k); i.e., p1≠1; (p1, p2) is not a permutation of (1,2), etc.

What would be the answer if we specify 1≤k<6 instead?

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Solutionre: k <= 1,2,3,4,5,6Charlie2020-11-24 20:36:07
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2020-11-24 12:44:13
re: solution? - NopeOld Original Oskar!2006-09-21 13:10:13
Solutionk <= 1,2,3,4,5,6Steve Herman2006-09-21 08:05:33
solution?bumble2006-09-20 19:16:35
TypoK Sengupta2006-09-20 14:15:33
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