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The number of ways you can pick 5 things from a group of 12, where the order makes no difference. It is a combination.

12C5 =12x11x10x9x8 / 5x4x3x2x1 =

answered Aug 29, 2011 by wbechem Level 5 User (12,920 points)
It means the combination of 12 and 5.  The formula looks like m!/(n!(m-n)!) where m is 12 and n is 5.  Hope that helps
answered Jul 26, 2014 by anonymous
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