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Sheryl Jett wants to name her new baby so that his monogram (first, middle, and last initials) will be distinct letters in alphabetical order and he will share her last name. How many different monograms could she select?

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1 of 7We are asked to determine the total number of possible monograms that Sheryl Jett can choose in naming her baby.

She wants the monogram of her baby to be in alphabetical order and she wants her to share her last name.

The monogram consists of 3 letters since the baby would have a first, middle and last name.

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