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If Line A and Line B are parallel to each other and 7 points are

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If Line A and Line B are parallel to each other and 7 points are marked on Line A and 9 points are marked on Line B, how many triangles can be formed whose vertices are among those marked points?


A. 63
B. 189
C. 252
D. 324
E. 441
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Total number of triangles possible
= (7C1 * 9C2) + (7C2 * 9C1)
= 252+189
=441
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New post 19 Jun 2019, 22:04
Could someone explain this?
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New post 21 Jun 2019, 03:33
Williamhomey12 wrote:
Could someone explain this?

We can create a triangle by choosing 2 points from line A and 1 point from line B or choosing 2 points from line B and 1 point from line A.
Option 1: 2 points from A and 1 point from B: We have 7C2 ways choosing 2 points from A (dont care about orders so we use C) and 9 ways choosing 1 points from B) -> 7C2*9
Option 2: 9C2*7
-> Total = 7C2*9 + 9C2*7 = 441
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