@The-Blade-Dancer It's great that you noticed this! Yes, you can see from the diagram below that for every way there is to choose two spots, it's equivalent to a way that chooses three spots (the three spots that you don't take).   There are \(10\) ways, and both \(\binom{5}{3} \) and \(\binom{5}{2} \) equal \(10.\) This is such a cool concept, and you'll see later on in this course the magical symmetry of Pascal's Triangle that lies beneath this general fact that \( \binom{n}{m} = \binom{n}{n-m}.\)