Algebra
posted by Codie .
I was given a question, and it seems pretty easy but could someone check it for me?
If there were thirtytwo students in a class, and each shook hands with everyone else, how many total handshakes would there be?
I got 496, can anyone else get that?

Algebra 
DrBob222
I get 496 also.
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