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A company wants to have each of 9 of its employees work on p

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A company wants to have each of 9 of its employees work on painting exactly one of the three rooms P, Q, and R. If 2 of these employees are to work on painting room P, 3 of these employees are to work on painting room Q , and 4 of these employees are to work on painting room R, then in how many different ways can these 9 employees be given rooms to paint?


A. 1,008

B. 1,260

C. 1,680

D. 1,890

E. 5,184
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Re: A company wants to have each of 9 of its employees work on p [#permalink] New post 08 Jul 2018, 20:09
9C2 * 7C3 * 4C4 = 1260
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