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# Five persons entered the lift cabin in the ground floor of an 8-floor house.Suppose each of them can leave the cabin independently at any floor beginning with the first. Find the total number of ways in which each of the five persons can leave the cabin (i)at any one of the 7 floors (ii)at different floors.

# Five persons entered the lift cabin in the ground floor of an 8-floor house.Suppose each of them can leave the cabin independently at any floor beginning with the first. Find the total number of ways in which each of the five persons can leave the cabin (i)at any one of the 7 floors (ii)at different floors.

### Asked by Alekhya K | 3rd Oct, 2014, 06:46: PM

Expert Answer:

### Answered by Vimala Ramamurthy | 4th Oct, 2014, 12:20: PM

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