Depends on how you define winners, could be 5 races and top three times Yes to the assumption stated. On Sun, Feb 24, 2013 at 7:46 PM, Richard Strausz <Richard.Strausz@farmington.k12.mi.us> wrote: >> There are 25 bicyclists and just 5 bicycles. Of all >> these we need to find best 3 cyclists. How many races >> should be held to determine top three winners and >> why? >> http://www.basiccalculator.org > > Do we assume that all the bicycles are equivalent?
- -- Jim
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