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How many combinations are possible if a committee of 3 is chosen from a group of 25 people?

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obviously 25c3. Because we are choosing 3 from 25.
There is a total of 2,300 combinations.

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\(\Large \color{Black}{\Rightarrow 25c3 = {25! \over (25 - 3)! \times 3!} }\)
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Remember - this is a combination problem, so you want to do 25 C 3. When you do that, you are finding out the total number of combinations that you could possibly have. Also, remember that combinations can repeat.
so 2300 is the answer?
Yes, 2300 is the answer.
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Sorry - @ParthKohli - I'm not sure what you mean?
Maybe the moderators will tell you about it
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Did I do something wrong? What do the moderators need to tell me about - I'm confused.
@LyraElizabethAdams It's probably that you should show the steps or help them get the answer rather than just blurt it out.
OH, I see! Okay - sorry! I thought that since I put the explanation beneath the answer, that was pretty much the same. I'll remember that next time. Thanks! :)

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