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Nate is on a 7-day vacation. He plans on spending one day jet skiing and one day golfing. How many ways can Nate schedule the two activities? How many ways can you listen to 5 songs from an album with 14 selections. How many identification codes are possible using 3 letters if no letter can be repeated? There are 5 airplanes ready to depart, and only Runway C and Runway B are available. How many ways can two planes be assigned a runway without using the same runway?

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in 7 day realted prob answer is : 21 ways can Nate Schedule the two Activities...
I'd have to think out side the box, if he wanted to take up the whole day with each activity. Then I'd have to say 3. Let me explain 3 * 2 = 6 days. Then 1 day to check out and catch his flight.

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