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# The figure above shows the different alternate routes possible to go

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The figure above shows the different alternate routes possible to go from point A to point E. The arrows show the allowed direction of motion on each route. What is the total number of ways to go from point A to E?

A) 9
B) 10
C) 11
D) 20
E) 24

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10 Feb 2018, 08:37
saswata4s wrote:
The figure above shows the different alternate routes possible to go from point A to point E. The arrows show the allowed direction of motion on each route. What is the total number of ways to go from point A to E?

A) 9
B) 10
C) 11
D) 20
E) 24

ROUTE 1..
A-C-D-E : 2*1*2=4
A-B-D-E : 1*3*2= 6
TOTAL 4+6=10

B

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