There are billions of different books that sell world-wide. These books are books of all different genres with all different messages.
Shelf has only one syllable.
If you would like to do something new and different with your old books, here are some ideas:1.Create a shelf: Hardcover books can be used to make great shelves for other books.2.Make a hiding place: Hollowed out books make great hiding compartments. Check the related questions for more information.3.Use as a scrapbook: You can draw, post notes and photographs on unused books.There are many other ways to reuse books which you dont use. You can also use books for artistic purposes like sculpturing etc.
Books come in many different sizes, so there is no way this question can be answered unless we know how big the books are. If you have a particular box of books in mind, you could try weighing it on a bathroom scale.
There are 2*5! = 240 ways.
it depends on the shelf of course
The number of ways that 15 books can be arranged on a shelf is the same as the number of permutations of 15 things taken 15 at a time. This is 15 factorial, or 15!, and is 1,307,674,368,000.
120. You do 5*4*3*2*1=120. you multiply the number that you are given for example how many times can books 3 be arranged on a shelf you multiply 3*2*1=6 that is your answer
The answer depends on how many books on each subject there are.
The number of permutations of five things taken five at a time is five factorial, or 120.
7 factorial, or 5,040.
6! = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6.