How many 5 card poker hands have at least one card from each suit, but no two matching values?
There are 4 possible suits for the first suit, of which we have 13 choices, then 3 possible suits for the second, of which there are 12 choices of values, then 2 possible choices for the third suit of which there are 11 possible choices, and then 1 possible suit for the fourth of which there are 10 possible choices. Finally for each of these choices, there are 36 possible cards for the fifth card. So the answer would be $4!(13)(12)(11)(10)(36)=14,826,240$.
However, I don't think thisis right, because I believe I'm double counting many hands.