"From yesterday's posts on list permutations you can
basically understand, even if you didn't run the code, how very
many different combinations of 6 numbers there can be, when
duplication is not a factor (i.e. 1, 2, 3 is different than 3, 2,
1). In our case, given our Objective, we would want those number
lists, in parentheses above, to be considered equal. So how do we
go about that?"
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