Posted by **Anonymous** on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 2:51pm.

On a flight with 138 passengers, each passenger had the choice of peanuts or pretzels for a snack and the coice of chicken or beef for dinner. The beverage service offered 12 beverages. A flight attendant later remarked that no 2 passengers had the same request. Is this possible if each passenger took one snack, one dinner, and one beverage? Is this possible if each passenger took no more than 1 selection from each category? Is this possible if the flight attendant, being a new recruit, offered the snack by asking, "peanuts, pretzels, or both?" and each passenger took no more than one dinner or beverage?

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