Determine whether the following statement is always true. If it is not, provide a counterexample.
So here we have a statement that we want to determine if it's true. And so it's talking about whether or not a combination is always equal. Toe one are always greater than one. And so we're going to say that that's false. Um, if this combination is X shoes exits actually equal toe, one combination of to choose two is equal one on. And so we're going to say that this is a false statement.