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Andrea, Betty, Joyce, Karen, and Paula are starters on their school basketball team. How many different groups of three can be chosen for a newspaper photo?

  • Algebra 1 -

    You are looking for C(5,3)
    which is 10

  • Algebra 1 -

    5! / 3!(5-3)! = 120 / 6(2) = 120/12 = 10
    There are 10 different groups of three possible for the given combinations problem.

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