Posted by **Celina** on Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 11:40pm.

Gisela lives in a subdivision where the streets are laid out in a grid pattern. Her school is eight blocks south and six blocks east of her home. How many different direct routes could she take when she bicycles to school if she always stops by her friend's home, which is three blocks south and four blocks east of Gisela's home. Explain your reasoning.

The final answer is 735.

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