Problem Statement: EE Board October 1997
There are four balls of four different colors. Two balls are taken at a time and arranged in a definite order. For example, if a white and red balls are taken, one definite arrangement is white first, red second, and another arrangement is red first, white second. How many such arrangements are possible?
There are 12 ways to make such arrangements
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