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A restaurant offers an "appetizer-plate special" consisting of six selections from its list of appetizers. If there are more than 8000 different possible appetizer-plate specials, what is the least possible number of appetizers?

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    I don't think anyone on this site can do this problem, not even the experts.

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    C(16,6) = 8008

    Therefore, the least possible number of appetizers is 16

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