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In the pocket, there are six tickets marked with numbers 1 to 6.

How many ways can we sequentially, taking into account the order, select 3 of them if the chosen tickets do not return to the pocket?

How many ways can we sequentially, taking into account the order, select 3 of them if the chosen tickets do not return to the pocket?

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