# need help with math questions (sat prep)

<p>I don't know how to do this level 5 question (nor do i really understand what its describing)</p>

<p>1) The 6 cabins at a camp are arranged so that there is exactly 1 straight path between each 2 of them, but no 3 of them are on a straight path. What is the tottal number of such straight paths joining these cabins?</p>

<p>2) John and Paul can each weed 1/4 of their garden in an hour, and their father can weed 1/3 of the garden in an hour. If all three work together at their respective rates, how many hours will it take to weed the garden?</p>

<p>A) 1
B) 1.2
C) 1.25
D) 1.4
E) 1.7</p>

<p>3) Different positive four-digit integers are to be formed by using each of hte digits 5,6,7 and 8 just once in each integer. How many such integers can be formed if the digits 7 and 8 must be next to each other?
a) six b) eight c) twelve d) eighteen e) twenty-four</p>

<p>answers: 1) 15 2) B) 1.2 3) C -12</p>

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<p>3) Possible combos
7856
7865
8756
8765
6875
5876
6785
5786
5687
6587
5678
6578
See the pattern as i go along? There are 12
(if you understand the pattern, it'll go faster; if not, there's no problem in writing it out as long as you get the answer</p>