# Consider n pairs of husbands and wives, sitting randomly in a row of 2n chairs. What is the probability that each person is sitting beside her/his spouse, and also no two women are adjacent, and no two men are adjacent (i.e., the sexes are alternating)?

Consider n pairs of husbands and wives, sitting randomly in a row of 2n chairs. What is the probability that each person is sitting beside her/his spouse, and also no two women are adjacent, and no two men are adjacent (i.e., the sexes are alternating)?

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## Introduction to Probability

1st edition

**Authors:** Mark Daniel Ward, Ellen Gundlach

**ISBN:** 978-0716771098