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3 blind mice see how they run.


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I think the question is wrong - it should be 3 B M S H T R The answer is 3 blind mice see how they run.

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Well, the graphical way is to do this: Dresses: A B C Belts: K L M Shoes: R S T You can have: A K R A K S A K T A L R A L S A L T A M R A M S A M T That is a total of 9 options for dress A. So you know this will be repeated for dresses B and C That's a total of 27 combinations. Which is the same as 3 * 3 * 3 ... 27 ;-)

3 blind mice see how they run

Suppose the points are P = (r,s) and Q = (t,u) Then gradient of PQ = (u - s)/(t - r) = m, say. Let Z = (x,y) be any point on the line. Then gradient ZP also = m that is (y - s)/(x - r) = m Equating the two expressions for m, (y - s)/(x - r) = (u - s)/(t - r) or y - s = (x - r)*(u - s)/(t - r) y = (x - r)*(u - s)/(t - r) + s = x*m - r*m - s This is of the form y = mx + b, where m is as defined above and b = -r*m + s

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