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ashishthomas7

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i need answer only..will give a medal and become a fan Q)ELEVEN ANIMALS OF A CIRCUS HAVE TO BE PLACED IN ELEVEN CAGES ONE IN EACH CAGE.IF 4 OF THE CAGES ARE TOO SMALL FOR 6 OF THE ANIMALS ,THEN THE NUMBER OF WAYS OF CAGING THE ANIMALS ARE: a)304800 b)504800 c)604800 d)NONE OF THESE

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    U dont just get answer

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    i dont need the steps its just for fun

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