595 If you have 35 people and everyone shakes hands with everone else, you have 35x34/2 total handshakes. To see this think of three people, and fix one of them, say it's you! You shake hands with everyone meaning you shake hands with 2 people And each of them shakes hands with each other, that is two people other than you so the total 2+1= 3 which is 3x2/2 Try it with 4, you shake hand with 3 people, and they all shake hands with each other so we have your 3 plus 3 more. To see the three more, just look at what we just did above. 4x3/2=6, We divide by 2 to avoid double counting. Because you shake hands with me and I shake hands with you, but we only shake hands once, so divide the total by 2. In general for n people at a party, we have n(n-1)/2handshakes.
You shake with your right hand, which is considered to be the "clean" hand. The left hand is considered "unclean".
The commonly accepted practice is to shake hands using your right hand. There are exceptions of course; not everyone has a right hand, some people have an injured or impaired right hand. In these cases, the person that can't use their right hand usually have devised other strategies for greeting someone in a friendly manner.
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Most people are right-handed, therefore we shake hands with our right (strong) hand.
Shake their hand, and say, "Talofa".
they give people a hand shake
28 people each shook hands once...?
you can shake there hand bow to them smile at them
You shake someone's hand with your right hand. Unless you are a Boy Scout greeting another scout in uniform. Lord Baden-Powell instituted the left hand shake to emulate the Ashanti warriors of Africa who shook with their left hands as it necessitated letting go of their shields - thus indicating trust in the other party.
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