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A total of 6 family members will appear in a portrait. If 3 of the family members may sit in the front row, how many combinations of family members may sit in the front row? @DaBest21

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    same thing here i will give u the equation for future use t*(t-1)let c=choices and t=total people u just do t*(t-1)*(t-2) and so on till u have done it the amount of choices there are in this case 6 is the total and 3 is the choices so 6*5*4 see how there is 3 numbers and three choices all going down in numerical order? so do 6*5*4=what @thisotherliz make sure read all of this

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @thisotherliz @thisotherliz

  3. anonymous
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    120. you are so amazing you explain everything so well thank you

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    np medal and mention me if u need more help

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