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There are 5 beaches competing to be the family friendliest beach according to one travel magazine. If only the top 3 are ranked  first, second, and third  how many different ways can the list appear?
A. 15 ways
B. 30 ways
C. 60 ways
D. 10 ways
 4 months ago
There are 5 beaches competing to be the family friendliest beach according to one travel magazine. If only the top 3 are ranked  first, second, and third  how many different ways can the list appear? A. 15 ways B. 30 ways C. 60 ways D. 10 ways

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Sandis
 4 months ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Can someone help me with this problem?

dape
 4 months ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Any of the 5 beaches could be at first place. Keeping this in mind, we see that any 4 of the beaches left could be second place. So there are 5*4=20 combinations of first and second place. By the same argument, any of the 3 beaches left could be third place. In total, this gives us 60 different lists, since 60=5*4*3.

haiimawesome
 4 months ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@dape that's right :)
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