New tothe forum and first post for me, I tried to figure it out on my own and by looking on this forum, but not sure my mind is completely clear.

I have to say I'm quite new to this kind of statistics, so apologize if the question is actually easy!

I want to calculate the total number of possible combinations including repetitions of a set of 5 items, each one of them can assume 3 different values.

so, let's say the items are A,B,C,D and the values are 1,2,3. The combiantion may be 11111, 22222, 33333, 12222, 11222 etc.. I would like to know what is the maximum amount of this combination that can be entered and, if doable, a way to display all this combination in a list.

I tried with =COMBIN(15,3) - being 5*3 the crossing of those combinations and 3 the possible outcomes - and I get 455, which I believe it may be a low number, also, not sure if this includes repetions (ie. 11111) or not. Is it correct?

If so, how can I do to show all the possible combinations in a list?

Thanks a lot to everyone!!