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To win at BIG GAME in a certain state, one must correctly select 6 numbers from a collection of 49 numbers (1 through 49). The order in which the selections is made does not matter. How many different 6-number selections are possible, assuming no repetition of numbers?
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    number of choices,no repetition?

    49*48*47*46*45*44 or more likely your teacher wanted you to use the formula

    choices: 49!/(49-6)!

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    if 11,47,81,18,65, were selected from 1-90 ,what are the next numbers to be selected

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    if 11,47,81,18,65, were selected from 1-90 ,what are the next five numbers to be selected

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