We're so pleased that you're as excited about interesting math problems as BEAM students are.  

As a reminder, here's the problem:

How many different ways are there to choose three circles of different sizes from the image at right so that the smallest circle you chose is inside the medium circle you chose, and the medium circle you chose is inside the largest circle you chose?

Answer: 28

Didn't find them all?  You can read the full solution, along with solutions to the six other problems on this challenge set, here:

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