a tourist in ireland wants to visit six different cities. how many different routes are possible?,

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Ireland is a beautiful country with plenty of tourist attractions to visit. Six possible routes are available for the tourist, but how many different routes can they take? This post will explore this question in detail and give you the answer to solve your problem! Route number one: Visit Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny and Belfast. The route is over 2500 miles long! Route Number Two: Visit Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford. This route is about 1800 miles long. A third option would be to visit only Dublin or any other destination on the map without visiting all of them at once. If you want to see more than two cities then it will take a lot longer but that’s your own choice! Here are some potential routes for this three-city tour: (See below) Route One : Visit Dublin with either Cork or Galway as an add-on city followed by Limerick if desired. Distance around 300 Miles + extra time


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