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# Easy Counting problem

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13 Sep 2006, 15:43
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Hi,

I have this problem and i don't know whether it is rightly written. If somebody has the actual wordings , please post it with explanation. One of my friends encountered this problem in real GMAT.

50 students choose a president and a treasurer.

a) No restrictions
b) A will serve only if he is president.
c) B and C will serve together or not at all.
d) D and E will not serve together.

Please provide the complete explanation also , along with real wordings of the problem.

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14 Sep 2006, 11:02
hi,

could somebody help me out in this problem , plz. C'mon guys and girls. don't make me wait so long

thanks.

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14 Sep 2006, 11:39
I would be willing to help, but i'm not really sure what the question is asking.....I think you're missing some info.

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14 Sep 2006, 13:11
Q. 50 students are to choose a President and a Treasurer. Find the number of ways they can choose if:

a) there are no restrictions
b) A will serve only if he is president.
c) B and C will serve together or not at all.
d) D and E will not serve together.

thanks.

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# Easy Counting problem

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