# SOLUTION: A \$100, \$50, \$20 prize are to awarded to three different people. If eight people are being considered for the prizes, how many different arragements are possible? My answer is:

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 Question 137288This question is from textbook Fundamentals of Algebric Modeling : A \$100, \$50, \$20 prize are to awarded to three different people. If eight people are being considered for the prizes, how many different arragements are possible? My answer is: P(100, 50, 20)= P(100)P(50)P(20) = (100/170)(50/170)(20/170)=100000/170 = 588.2352941/8 = 73.5This question is from textbook Fundamentals of Algebric Modeling Answer by stanbon(57387)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!8P3 = 8*7*6= 336 --------- Cheers, Stan H.