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**There are three separate bundles of reading material comprising of 4 comics, 2 novels and 3 magazines. They are placed together to form one pile.**

In how many ways can this be done if there are no restrictions on where the individual items are to be placed?

In how many ways can this be done if there are no restrictions on where the individual items are to be placed?

I say 9! = 362880

**Determine the number of permutations if the order of the comic books in each bundle does not change**

I'm not sure what they mean by 'each bundle' here