Q: How many ways can six students be arrange in a lunch line?

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if there are a total of 150 students in a classroom of these students 30% eat during the first lunch priod, 20% eat during the second lunch period, and the rest eat during the third lunch period. how many of her students eat during each lunch period? Is this a question or an answer? 45 eat during the first lunch period, 30 during the second lunch period and 75 during the third lunch period.

6! = 720

3 items (or people) can line up in 6 different sequences. 6 items (or people) can line up in 720 different sequences.

There are 1860480 ways.

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90000

if there are a total of 150 students in a classroom of these students 30% eat during the first lunch priod, 20% eat during the second lunch period, and the rest eat during the third lunch period. how many of her students eat during each lunch period? Is this a question or an answer? 45 eat during the first lunch period, 30 during the second lunch period and 75 during the third lunch period.

500 * 0.25 = 125 students.

That would be 5x4x3x2x1 or 5! or 120 ways to arrange those objects in a line.

6! = 720

for the first student in the line there are 10 choices, then for the second 9 choices left, for the third 8 choices left and so on... So it's 10x9x8x7x6x5x4x3x2x1 = 3628800

No. Depending on your school you could be breaking the rules too. Many schools have a closed campus and have students stay at school during lunch. This is often done because students get into trouble at lunch, have fights, and could be hurt.

3 items (or people) can line up in 6 different sequences. 6 items (or people) can line up in 720 different sequences.

There are 1860480 ways.

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6! = 6 factorial = 1x2x3x4x5x6 = 720

That depends on the student, many would like to see some of both.