# Wide Variety Of Flavors

An ice cream parlor has 6 flavors of ice creams. If you can have 3 scoops on a cone (where the flavors are not necessarily distinct and the order matters: bottom, middle, top), the number of all possible variations of your ice cream will be $$6\times6\times6=216$$. Now, what would the number of variations if, this time, the three scoops must all be distinct flavors and the order of the three flavors still matters?

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