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**A**

- In this problem order is not important. For example, the selection of question 1, 8 and 21 is the same as the selection of question 21, 8 and 1. Since order is unimportant, the combination formula applies.
- The formula for a combination is:

_{n}C_{r}= n!/((n-r)!r!)

where n is the total number of selections available and r is the number of items to be selected. - Since the test maker must select a total of six questions and two questions from each category, the combination formula is used. Since there are 3 categories and two questions will be selected for each of the 3 categories, total number of combinations is:

=_{7}C_{2}*_{7}C_{2}*_{7}C_{2} - There are a total of (
_{7}C_{2})^{3}combinations.

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