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THE FIFTEEN DOMINOES.





(Combination and Group Problems)
In this case we do not use the complete set of twenty-eight dominoes to
be found in the ordinary box. We dispense with all those dominoes that
have a five or a six on them and limit ourselves to the fifteen that
remain, where the double-four is the highest.
In how many different ways may the fifteen dominoes be arranged in a
straight line in accordance with the simple rule of the game that a
number must always be placed against a similar number--that is, a four
against a four, a blank against a blank, and so on? Left to right and
right to left of the same arrangement are to be counted as two different
ways.


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