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The following exercise involves distinguishable permutations.

A group of thirty students is taking a field trip to a science museum. Three vans are available for transporting the students. The first van has room for eight students, and the other two vans each have room for eleven students. In how many different ways can the students be assigned to the vans?

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1 of 4Our problem is to find the number of possible ways to arrange $30$ students in $3$ vans.

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