# Algebra

A small acting club has
6
members. Three of the members are to be chosen for a trip to see a Broadway play. How many different
3
-member groups are possible?

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1. 1,2,3,4,5,6.

(1). 1,2,3.
(2). 2,3,4.
(3). 3,4,5.
(4). 4,5,6.
(5). 5,6,1.
(6). 6,1,2.
(7). 1,3.5.
(8). 2,4,6.
(9). 3,5,1.
(10). 4,6,2.
(11). 5,1,3.
(12). 6,2,4.

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2. A small acting club has
members. Three of the members are to be chosen for a trip to see a Broadway play. How many different
-member groups are possible?

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