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**3VegasBerger343**

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1.) Berger's First Permutation Principle of Divisibility states that all permutations greater than 3! are evenly divisible by 6.

2.) Berger's Second Permutation Principle of Divisibility states that all permutations greater than 4! are evenly divisible by 12.

The "!" is mathematically denoted as "factorial."

2.) Berger's Second Permutation Principle of Divisibility states that all permutations greater than 4! are evenly divisible by 12.

The "!" is mathematically denoted as "factorial."

1.) In Berger's Permutation Principles of Divisibility, 3!-a! are ALL divisible by 6 a y number of times.

2.) In Berger's Permutation Principles of Divisibility, 4!-n! are ALL divisible by 12 an x number of times.

2.) In Berger's Permutation Principles of Divisibility, 4!-n! are ALL divisible by 12 an x number of times.

by 3VegasBerger343
November 16, 2011