# SOLUTION: From a group of ten people, can you form more committees of 2 or more different commitees of eight? This is a puzzler for my math class and I am aproaching if from the veiw that t

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Permutations Question 362680: From a group of ten people, can you form more committees of 2 or more different commitees of eight? This is a puzzler for my math class and I am aproaching if from the veiw that there are more different commitees of eight rather than 2. Because one can be in more committtes if there is eght people. Am I even on th eright track?Answer by edjones(7569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Do the math! This is a combination problem because arrangement is not important. 10C2=45 10C8=45 You can form the same number of committees. . Ed