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# In a certain movie theatre, the rows are 7 seats across with

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In a certain movie theatre, the rows are 7 seats across with aisles on either side. A group of 6 friends goes to the movies and finds an empty row to sit in. One of them needs to sit in a seat along the aisle. Which of the following calculations represents the number of possible different seating arrangements for the 6 friends?

A. 360
B. 720
C. 1440
D. 5040
E. 10,080
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17 Feb 2006, 23:47
I think it is C

will post the explanation if correct
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18 Feb 2006, 03:25
The guy who is sitting along the isle has 2 choices.
Then we have 6! other possibilities (they don't have to sit all together)
so 6!*2=1440
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