36 identical chairs must be arranged in rows with the same number of chairs in each row. Each row must contain at least three chairs and there must be at least three rows. A row is parallel to the front of the room. How many different arrangements are possible?

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TopNewest12x3 , 3x12 , 6x6 , 4x9 , 9x4 - 5 arrangements possible. Hope it's not a brilliant problem.

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@bhargav- buddy i thought the same....but the answer is 3 and i dnt knw how?////

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the answer is definitely 5 arrangements....maybe the answer in the book is wrong,..

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