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# From the gmatclub lessons: There are 5 married couples and a

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09 Sep 2004, 21:55
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There are 5 married couples and a group of three is to be formed out of them; how many arrangements are there if a husband and wife may not be in the same group?
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09 Sep 2004, 22:16
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... ed+couples

For your quick benefit it is (10x8x6)/3! = 80. Its divided by 3! because the arrangements dont matter.
09 Sep 2004, 22:16
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