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The promoters of a dog show wish to present 15 breeds of dogs to a panel of judges and a paying audience

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The promoters of a dog show wish to present 15 breeds of dogs to a panel of judges and a paying audience. The promoters only want to show one breed of dog at a time and never show one of the breeds more than once. Please calculate the number of ways 15 breeds of dogs can be arranged linearly for presentation at a dog show, with each breed occupying only one position and not being presented more than once

The promoters of a dog show wish to present 15 breeds of dogs to a panel of judges and a paying audience. The promoters only want to show one breed of dog at a time and never show one of the breeds more than once. Please calculate the number of ways 15 breeds of dogs can be arranged linearly for presentation at a dog show, with each breed occupying only one position and not being presented more than once

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