Andrew M. answered • 03/26/18

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There are (n−1)! ways to arrange n distinct objects in a circle (where the

clockwise and anti-clockwise arrangements are regarded as distinct.)

n=14

(n-1)! = 13! = 6,227,020,800

https://www.intmath.com/counting-probability/3-permutations.php

Loot at Theorem 4 on the above page