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Four women and four men are to be seated at a circular table with 8 chairs, genders alternating.

How many different "free" arrangements are possible? By "free," I mean that reflecting or rotating one arrangement does not produce another distinct arrangement.

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    paxwill 4 years ago

    It's a good sign when two people get the same answer using different methods. You beat me by two minutes, lol.

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    Aficionada 4 years ago

    This last part is over my head for now. Maybe you could point me towards a Hub or other article that can help me to understand it?

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