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  1. In combinatorial mathematics, a combination is an un-ordered collection of distinct elements, usually of a prescribed size and taken from a given set. (An ordered collection of distinct elements would sometimes be called a permutation, but that term

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  2. Also, as always for (sub)sets, no elements can be repeated more than once in a combination

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  3. of members of a set is a subset

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  4. this is often referred to as a "collection without repetition"

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  5. For instance, 1,1,2 is not a combination of three digits

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