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How many different ways can sit 8 boys and 3 girls in line, if girls want to sit on the edge?

Result

n =  2177280

Solution:

n=3(8+32)!(31)=2177280n = 3 \cdot (8+3-2)! \cdot (3-1) = 2177280







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