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# Probability question--help please :)

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29 Sep 2003, 16:52
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I got this question in a princeton review test:

2 couples and 1 single are seated at random in a row of 5 chairs. What is the probability that neither of the couples sit together in adjacent chairs????? What is the best way to think about this????

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29 Sep 2003, 17:05
My apologies!! I see the question was just posted!!! SORRY!
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