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"90 students are split randomly into 3 groups of 30. What is the chance for 3 particular students A, B, C to end up each in a different group?"

One of the right answers is (90*60*30/(90*89*88) but I wonder if my type of solution can be corrected for the same result.

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# Can someone describe why this answer is incorrect?

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