If you have 6 0's and 5 1's, like in binary, how many different ways can you order them?
Also, there is a popup saying that the question appears subjective. Is it?
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You have 11 places to fill, and you can put five ones in the eleven places, the rest will be zeroes. Once you choose (hint, hint) the positions of the ones, the zeroes are fixed. Each choice of ones will give exactly one unique ordering.