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Consecutive Placement - Not (Posted on 2014-12-01) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Positive integers from 1 to 8 inclusively are randomly placed on the faces of a regular octahedron with each face being assigned a different number. For the purposes of the puzzle, 8 and 1 are considered as consecutive numbers.

Determine the probability that no two consecutive numbers are placed on faces that share an edge.

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