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A rectangular table seats 4 people on each of two sides, with every person directly facing another person across the table. If eight people choose their seats at random, what is the probability that any two of them directly face each other?

A) 1/56

B) 1/8

C) 1/7

D) 15/56

E) 4/7

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A rectangular table seats 4 people on each of two sides, with every person directly facing another person across the table. If eight people choose their seats at random, what is the probability that any two of them directly face each other?

A) 1/56

B) 1/8

C) 1/7

D) 15/56

E) 4/7

Bunuel - Can you help with this question?


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