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Here is this week’s problem:
A total of m different points are selected on a particular line, and a total of n different points are selected on another line parallel to the first, where each of m and n is greater than 1. In how many different ways can a triangle be made with its vertices at three of the selected points?
A. m2n + mn2
B. mn(m + n – 2)
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