Circular permutations of N objects of n1 are identical of one type, n2 are identical of another type and so on, such that n1+n2+n3+..... = N? A similar question exists but it doesn't address the case where reflections are under the same equivalent class.$$\frac{1}{N}\sum_{d | N} \phi(d) p_d^{N/d}$$ This is when reflections are not the same. How does the equation change under this new restriction.

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