1. 
How many ways can a president and vicepresident be selected in a class of seventeen students?


2. 
In how many ways can James, Connor, Michael, and Anna stand in line?


3. 
How many six digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 1, 9, 2, 6, 7, and 4?


4. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters F, K, and V?


5. 
Michael, Jacob, David, Danielle, and Savannah ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?


6. 
How many five digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 8, 7, 5, 4, and 3?


7. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters A through E?


8. 
In how many ways can Alexandra, Savannah, and Isaac stand in line?


9. 
John, Jordan, Olivia, and Kevin ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?


10. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters E, D, J, and Y?


11. 
How many ways can a president and vicepresident be selected in a class of nineteen students?


12. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters A through G?


13. 
How many three digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 8, 4, and 9?


14. 
In how many ways can Stephanie, Timothy, Andrew, David, and Kayla stand in line?


15. 
Stephanie, Thomas, and Jordan ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?


16. 
How many ways can a president and vicepresident be selected in a class of twentyfive students?


17. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters D, Z, W, N, and C?


18. 
How many four digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 6, 5, 7, and 1?


19. 
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20. 
Grace, Olivia, Amber, and Nicholas ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?

