School director was randomly select six teachers to participate in a training session there are 26 teachers at the school in how many different ways can these teachers be selected if the order of the selection does not matter

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2016-04-17 16:49:06

The answer is 165,765,600 different ways. You can solve this problem through the use of factorials, or in my case, simple multiplication. Assuming all teachers are chosen once: 26 x 25 x 24 x 23 x 22 x 21 = 165,765,600

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