Question: Evening Out

Comment on Evening Out

Why can't we take this approach:
stage 1: 4C1
stage 2: 5C1
stage 3: 3C1

and, then add these 3: 4+5+3= ?

greenlight-admin's picture

IF it were the case that the couple can do EXACTLY ONE activity then your approach would be correct. However, we're told that the couple does one OF EACH. So, for example, some possible evening plans include:
- Restaurant #1, Movie #4 and Teahouse #2
- Restaurant #2, Movie #1 and Teahouse #3
- Restaurant #3, Movie #2 and Teahouse #2
- Restaurant #2, Movie #2 and Teahouse #2
- Restaurant #3, Movie #1 and Teahouse #1
- Restaurant #4, Movie #5 and Teahouse #3
etc

Does that help?

Cheers,
Brent

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