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six members of the chess club are playing in a practice tournament. Each member plays one game with the other members. How many games will be played altogether?

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I'm really horribly bad at math, so this is likely the wrong answer, but 36?

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Regan,  I will say 30 games will be played.  Each player will pay a game with the other 5 players, so that is 5 games per player.  5 x 6 = 30.

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