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in how many ways can 10 men applying for a job be hired if here 2 available positions?

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  1. RadEn
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    can each man applying more than 1 position ?

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  2. bakonloverk
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    woulnt the answer b 20?

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    maybe 1 position they didnt tell

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    ohh, 10P2

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    thanks raden finish ! =)

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    welcome

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    10!/(2!*(10-2)!)=45 ways

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    This is a combination not a permutation question. Melanka is right! The question does not indicate an ordering of events. In this question, the order of the events does not matter. Thus the answer is 45 ways or combinations.

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