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Question: How many unique group of 12 numbers you can find between 1-24

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To find the number of unique groups of 12 numbers that you can select from 24, you can use the mathematical concept of combinations. The formula is: C(n, k) = n! / [(n-k)! * k!] Where: - n is the total number of items to choose from (24 in this case) - k is the amount of items we want to choose (12 in this case) - "!" denotes factorial, which means multiplying all positive integers from our chosen number down to 1. So in this case we have: C(24, 12) = 24! / [(24-12)! * 12!] = 24! / (12! * 12!) = 2,704,156 Therefore, there are 2,704,156 unique groups of 12 numbers that can be chosen from numbers 1 to 24.

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April 25, 2024, 2:35 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 25, 2024

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