anonymous
  • anonymous
FREE MEDAL FOR ANSWER ANSWER AND EXPLANATION You have checked out b books from the library, where b is a number greater than 5. You plan to read three of the books and return them at the end of the week. In how many ways can you pick the books you will read first, second, and third? A) b^3 ways B) (b^3 - 3b^3 +2b) ways C) (b^3 - 9b^2 + 27b - 27)ways D) (5b - 3) ways
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Answer is A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
how did u get that
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh sorry my mistake. You cannot read the same book twice.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
It should be b x b-1 x b-2
anonymous
  • anonymous
there is a right answer im sorry but your answer is way off
anonymous
  • anonymous
there is no way you would get the answer you got
anonymous
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If you are asking for both answer and explanation then the medal you are offering is not for free.
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you got a free medal for noticing

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