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Annejou

  • one year ago

A group contains five men and five women. How many ways are there to arrange these people in a circular table with ten seats if men and women alternate, and the seatings are considered the same if each person has the same right neighbor and left neighbor?

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  1. Callisto
    • one year ago
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