Anonymous

# Physics question ... need help ?

QUESTION:

Three students from grades 10, 11, and 12 were elected to the Student Council.

Grade 10: Tom (T), Sally (S) and Bill (B)

Grade 11: Jerry (J), Anne (A) and Connie (C)

Grade 12: Dan (D), Martha (M) and Gwen (G)

A three member committee is to be formed with one person from each grade. All possible combinations must be considered before a decision is made. Two possible combinations are Tom, Jerry, and Dan (TJD) and Sally, Anne, and Martha (SAM). List all other possible combinations for the committee.

Update:

There should be 27 different combinations.

1.tjd

2.tjm

3.tjg

5.tam

6.tag

7.tcd

8.tcm

9.tcg

10.sjd

11.sjm

12.sjg

14.sam

15.sag

16.scd

17.scm

18.scg

19.bjd

20.bjm

21.bjg

23.bam

24.bag

25.bcd

26.bcm

27.bcg

ALRIGHTY .... IVE GOTTEN THIS FAR ... IS THIS CORRECT?

Relevance

TJD, TAD, TCD, TJM, TAM, TCM, TJG, TAG, TCG,

now the other row! When you've got all possibilities, cross out the ones that are repeated, so you've only got one. Easy!

• Anonymous

This is a combinations questions you can solve it with multiplication to determine the number of possible answer then you will now how many to list. So it's 3*3*3 that's 27. Then work methodically down the list of names.

TJD

TJM

And so on...

Best of luck.

Stop cheating.

You're pathetic.

If you can't solve it on your own, study more. If studying doesn't help, get a tutor. If that doesn't help, you better learn to dig ditches or dance on a pole because you're too stupid for the class.

Stop trying to take the easy way through life!

• Anonymous

How in the hell is that physics?!

Jesus...

Put them into columns (TJD, SAM, BCG) then mix and match!

I'm not doing it for you; that's downright lazy!