# In how many ways can $16$ executives, including two brothers, be arranged around a circular table if the two brothers can't be seated together?

There are $16$ executives, including two brothers. In how many ways can they be arranged around a circular table if the two brothers can't be seated together?

I tried putting each of the brothers in between the $14$ executives by $13! \cdot 14C2 \cdot 2$.

• I see that you are beginner. You must incorporate your thoughts/attempt with the question you ask – user481779 Feb 21 '18 at 9:23
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• Are seatings which are equal up to a rotation considered equal? – Christian Blatter Feb 21 '18 at 9:32