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6 boys and 7 girls are available for a counselling. In how many ways, we can arrange them in a row, if middlest.........

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6 boys and 7 girls are available for a counselling.
In how many ways, we can arrange them in a row, if middlest one is a boy and girls are sat on both the corners?

posted Sep 1 by Atif

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