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Five socks, colored blue, brown, black, red, and purple are in a drawer. how many combinations of three socks can be randomly selected from the drawer?

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  1. To find all of the differennt ways to arrange r items out of n items. Use the combination formula below. (n stands for the total number of items; r stands for how many things you are choosing.)

    nCr = n!/r!(n-r)!

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