Q: How many groups of 5 are in 6 different numbers?

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well we'll need to know which numbers they are. . . so, i don't know.

There are 5*4*3 = 60 groups.

you can make at least 25 sums

8 groups of 5 are there in 40.

4 groups of 10 = 40. 40 /5 = 8 so the answer is 8 groups of 5.

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If the six numbers are all different, then the answer is 6C4 = 6*5/(2*1) = 15

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If the order of the 4 numbers matters, then there are (6 x 5 x 4 x 3) = 360 .If the order of the 4 numbers doesn't matter, then there are 15 different groups of 4.

From 1 to 20, you can pull out 15,504 different groups of 5 numbers, and each group can be lined up in 120 different orders.

89,999 different numbers i guess

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If not using the same number twice: 36x35x34x33x32= 45,239,040 If allowed to use all numbers up to 5 times: 36x36x36x36x36=60,466,176

well we'll need to know which numbers they are. . . so, i don't know.

about... 25 just take 5 numbers times 5 numbers

I'm going to assume that the sequence of the 5 numbers doesn't matter, becausethis sounds to me like another lottery exercise.Picking 5 numbers out of a bag of 25, there are 25 x 24 x 23 x 22 x 21 / 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 =53,130 different possible groups of 5.

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