An arrangement of objects into distinguishable sequences or particular order is called as Permutation.
A child has 3 pocket and 4 coins. Find the probability in how many ways can he put the coins in his pocket.
n = 3, r = 4
Total number of ways [ PR(n,r) ]
Substitute the value of n and r in the formula, PR(n,r) = nrFor, n >= 0, and r >= 0 Total number of ways = 34 = 3*3*3*3 = 81