how do you go about this question?it seems to be confusing......

John

You have 10 people to choose from for the first scholarship, Now one person has one scholarship and there are 9 people left and 2 scholarships so there are 9 ways to give out the second and 8 ways to give out the third. So the total is 3*10*9*8=2160 ways to distribute the three different scholarships.

Jim

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Does it change in relation to the method you use or what?