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In a series of races, 10 toy cars are raced, 2 cars at a time. If each

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New post 07 Mar 2019, 06:26
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In a series of races, 10 toy cars are raced, 2 cars at a time. If each car must race each of the other cars exactly twice, how many races must be held?

A. 45
B. 90
C. 180
D. 200
E. 220



total cars = 10
10c2*2 = 90
IMO B
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New post 08 Mar 2019, 11:27
Total pool of car = 10 cars
2 cars compete each other hence group of 2 cars ..group=combination problem it is.

hence 10C2=45

now this will happen twice(i.e. each car must compete with other car twice) , multiply 45 by 2 =90

Therefore option 'B' is correct.
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