# SOLUTION: If there are 11 people from whom to choose, then how many ways can 4 people could be selected and arranged in a straight line?

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 Question 528284: If there are 11 people from whom to choose, then how many ways can 4 people could be selected and arranged in a straight line?Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If there are 11 people from whom to choose, then how many ways can 4 people could be selected and arranged in a straight line? ----- # of ways to select 4 people: 11C4 = 330 ---- # of ways to arrange the 4 selected: 4! = 24 ------------ # of ways to select AND arrange: 330*24 = 7920 =============================================== Cheers, stan H.