# Math

Last Problem of the Week this year! Having a bit of trouble with it: In how many ways can seven basketball players of different heights line up in a single row so that no player is standing between two people taller than she is?
Does it have anything to do with 7! or am I on the wrong track completely?

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1. They could line up in ascending order of height.

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2. Is this the only solution? I do apologise for sounding rude, but they are generally more difficult than they appear.

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posted by Rosa
3. The other solution is lining up in descending order.

These solutions work. I don't see any reason to complicate this problem. :-)

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4. Check back here to see if another math tutor has other solutions.

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5. Okay. Thank you very much, Ms. Sue, I will.

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posted by Rosa
6. You're very welcome, Rosa.

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