Do you put a hyphen between the words end to end?

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Yes, if you are using the phrase as an attributive adjective:

'She arranged the dominos on the table in an end-to-end pattern.'

No, if you are using it as a predicative adjective or an adverb:

'The pattern that she chose for the arrangement was end to end.'
'She laid the dominos out on the table end to end.'
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Do you put a hyphen between the words year and end?

Yes . It is preferable to hyphenate that word whether it is used as an adjective or a noun, but yearend -- one word -- is also acceptable. I always wait for the year-end

Do you put a hyphen between end of the year?

If you're using the phrase as an adjective (example "I hate the end-of-the-year audit!") then it will definitely need the hyphens. Otherwise, the hyphens are incorrect.