1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A family of nine has two vehicles, each of which can hold a maximum of five people. 2. Relevant equations How many different ways are there of allocating people to the cars? If three of the memebers of the family only have a drivers licence, how many different ways are there of allocating people to the cars? 3. The attempt at a solution Question part a. 9 people 3 cars 9! / (6! * 3!) = 84 Question part b. 9! / 6! = 504 Are these answers on track?