Elementary Statistics

posted by Jonathan

A manager needs to fill three positions, computer softer engineer, team-leader, and test engineer. The manager finds 5 applicants that qualify for all three jobs. How many different ways can the manager place those 5 people into the three possible positions?

  1. Mgraph

    5*4*3

  2. Gio

    what is the answer for the fractions and equivalent

  3. jason

    5*4*3= 60

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