How many ways are there of arranging the sixteen black or white pieces of a standard international chess set on the first two rows of the board?

Given that each pawn is identical and each rook, knight and bishop is identical to its pair.

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Answer:

6,48,64,800 ways

There are total 16 pieces which can be arranged on 16 places in 16P16 = 16! ways.

(16! = 16 * 15 * 14 * 13 * 12 * ..... * 3 * 2 * 1)

But, there are some duplicate combinations because of identical pieces.

There are 8 identical pawn, which can be arranged in 8P8 = 8! ways.

Similarly there are 2 identical rooks, 2 identical knights and 2 identical bishops. Each can be arranged in 2P2 = 2! ways.

Hence, the require answer is

= (16!) / (8! * 2! * 2! * 2!)

= 6,48,64,800

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