anonymous
  • anonymous
an elf, a dwarf, a hobbit, a wizard, and a man are sitting in a line. How many different ways can they sit if the elf and dwarf insist on sitting next to eachother?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is it 48 ways
rational
  • rational
pack `elf` and `dwarf` in a bag, then you will have just four objects to arrange : bag, hobbit, wizard, man
rational
  • rational
you can arrange \(4\) objects in \(4!\) ways further, the \(2\) items inside bag can be arranged in \(2!\) ways so the total number of sitting arrangements ways = \(4!*2! = 48\)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!
rational
  • rational
np

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