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# I saw this problem in a web site : - There are 6 students

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I saw this problem in a web site : - There are 6 students [#permalink]

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24 Aug 2003, 02:29
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I saw this problem in a web site : -

There are 6 students who are divided into three groups with 2 students in each group. Each group may select one continent to explain, total three continents ASIA, EUROPE, AFRICA.

How many kind of arrangements possible?

Is this correct ?

i would like to know how to work out this problem ?

Thank You.

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24 Aug 2003, 07:46
first we have to make 3 groups of 2 people... 6C2=15
then each group has to select a continent... 3!=6

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24 Aug 2003, 08:46
i get it now. Thank You.

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24 Aug 2003, 08:46
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# I saw this problem in a web site : - There are 6 students

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