# math

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Hello i have a probability problem that i can slove, and i need some help please.

problem:
If a mother has three bananas, two pears and two oranges, in how many different ways can she give the fruit to her daughter in one week, one piece of fruit per day?

• math -

number of ways = 7!/(3!2!2!) = 210

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