anonymous
  • anonymous
A professor must randomly select 4 students to participate in a mock debate. There are 18 students in his class. In how many different ways can these students be selected, if the order of selection does not matter?
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anonymous
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since he selects 4 do 18*17*16*15 because thats four numbers down including 18 u go down because each time one combination was used so u cant reuse it
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 73440?
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yes dont forget to medal and fan

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im already a fan lol
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oh yeah
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lol ;)

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