Match the author to a characteristic of his novels.
1. James Fenimore Cooper the supernatural
2. Nathaniel Hawthorne Natty Bumppo
3. Herman Melville the South Seas
4. Henry James the Mississippi
5. Samuel Langhorn Clemens great stylist

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1. James Fenimore Cooper: Natty Bumppo

2. Nathaniel Hawthorne: great stylist

3. Herman Melville: the South Seas

4. Henry James: the supernatural

5. Samuel Langhorn Clemens: the Mississippi

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In writing, transitions are the bridges that connect ideas within and between paragraphs.

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There are 20 students on the school's student council. A special homecoming dance committee is to be formed by randomly selecting 6 students from student council. How many possible committees can be formed?
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There are 20 students on the school's student council. A special homecoming dance committee is to be formed by randomly selecting 7 students from student council. [ There are 77,520 possible committees can be formed.

Solution: Given: n = 20, r = 7; combinations = 20! / (7! * 13!); combinations = 20*19*18*17*16*15*14*13! / (7! * 13!); combinations = 20*19*18*17*16*15*14 / 7*6*5*4*3*2; combinations = 19*17*16*15; combinations = 77,520.

Solution: Given: n = 20, r = 7; combinations = 20! / (7! * 13!); combinations = 20*19*18*17*16*15*14*13! / (7! * 13!); combinations = 20*19*18*17*16*15*14 / 7*6*5*4*3*2; combinations = 19*17*16*15; combinations = 77,520.

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