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1There are 100 runners entered in a marathon. How many different groups of three runners can finish in first, second, and third?
Does this problem involve permutations or combinations?
2There are 100 runners entered in a marathon. Trophies are awarded for first place, second place, and third place. In how many different ways could the runners receive trophies?
Does this problem involve permutations or combinations?

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You would do the second part the same way

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