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Matthew S.

asked • 09/18/20

ok. I have 6 people. Ann, Bob, Chuck, Dale, Eddie, Frank.

Putting these 6 people in groups of 3 (Ann, Bob & Chuck) (Ann, Bob, Dale) (Ann, Bob, Eddie) etc.. How many different groups of 3 can be made without duplicating the same group of 3? So with my example above.. even though I put them in a different order... Bob, Ann & Chuck can't be used again because all 3 have already been used together for 1 group. 3 groups I have already made. How many total groups can be made using the information I gave?

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