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 Question 460909: Six students are chosen at random. They are asked to stand in front of the class. What is the probability they will be standing in alphabetical order, left to right? Can you please explain how you derived your answer. Thank youAnswer by edjones(7569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The denominator is a permutation because arrangement is important. 1/n!=1/6!=1/720 . Ed