## Theoretical number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards

There are 52 cards in a deck, and there are about 7.5 x 10^27 atoms on Earth. This means that, in theory, there are more ways to shuffle a deck of cards than there are atoms on Earth.

### The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067

The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067. This number is so large that it is difficult to comprehend. To put it into perspective, this number is greater than the estimated number of atoms in the observable universe. In fact, it is nearly equal to the estimated number of atoms in all the universes that could possibly exist.

### This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe

There are (52 factorial) or 8.0658 x 10^67 ways to shuffle a deck of cards. This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe.

## The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067

### This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe

The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067. This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe.

### The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067

The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067, which is more than the number of atoms on Earth.

### This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe

The number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards is nearly 8×1067. This number is so large that it is impossible to estimate the number of atoms in the universe.