SOLUTION: A group of seven people have tickets to see a play. They are going to sit in a row of seven seats, with an aisle at each end of the row. One of the people needs to sit next to an a

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Sequences-and-series Question 615536: A group of seven people have tickets to see a play. They are going to sit in a row of seven seats, with an aisle at each end of the row. One of the people needs to sit next to an aisle, because she must leave early. How many different ways can the people sit in the row? I think the answer is 10,080. Is that correct?Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!seems high 6! * 2 one person must sit on the end (either end), the other six people can be arranged in 6! ways