Akash P. answered • 02/28/20

14 x 13 x 12 = 2184, which is due to having 14 options for your first day, 13 for the 2nd, and 12 for the 3rd.

Ishaan G.

asked • 02/28/20There are 14 European cities that Jim would eventually like to visit. On his next vacation, though, he only has time to visit 3 of the cities: one on Monday, one on Tuesday, and one on Wednesday. He is now trying to make a schedule of which city he'll visit on which day. How many different schedules are possible? (Assume that he will not visit a city more than once.)

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Akash P. answered • 02/28/20

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