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# The Question Hub

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Welcome to the question hub! over here there are a few rules.

the person who solves that question writes another question to be solved and so on.

these have to be creative questions that you made up yourself, NOT test questions / GET THIS QUESTION DONE ASAP PLZZZ / other people's questions. those can go in the main question place thingy.

let's begin!

Zoe has 6 fair six sided dice. she rolls them and she gets a combination of 2,3,2,5,6,1 . she does not care what order they are in, so this combination to her would be the same as something like 3,2,1,5,2,6 . how many different combinations are there and what is the formula?

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edited by Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018
edited by Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018

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can the numbers repeat?

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edited by Guest  Jan 18, 2018
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wronnggggg

Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018
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that would only work with two dice where order does matter. this is completely different altogether.

Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018
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462 combinations?

Guest Jan 18, 2018
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CORRECT!!!

Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018
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Guest is given a clear material to identify. He shines a laser at the surface of the material at an angle of 25o. The angle of the refracted ray is 16.7o. Identify the clear material. Show how you arrived at this answer.

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umm maybe you could make it easier, and also make it ORGINAL...

Scruffy23.  Jan 18, 2018
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2+3=8

3+7=27

4+5=32

5+8=60

6+7=72

7+8=????

Guest Jan 18, 2018