# Kevin Is Packing His Bag For His Vacation. That He Has 6 Fabregé Eggs. But On…

Kevin is packing his bag for his vacation. That he has 6 Fabregé eggs. but only 5 fits in his bag

How many different groups of 5 Fabregè eggs can he take?

**Answer: 6 groups**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. You have to use the combination formula: nCr = [tex]\frac{n!}{r!(n-r)!}[/tex]

n is the total number of items

r is the number of items you can have

2. Substitute values

= [tex]\frac{6!}{5!(6-5)!}[/tex]

= 6