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Question:Suppose a principal of a school is only allowed to serve exactly two years and then must move to another school. What is the maximum number of principals that a school could have over a 20-year period?

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The maximum number is unable to be calculated, since each principal may not serve for the full 2 year period. I suppose that you could stipulate that each principal would serve for at least 1 day, which would result in roughly 7305 principals (allowing for 5 leap years during that period).
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11, if you run the 20 year period from mid-term to mid-term.
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You could have 20 or more if they didn't stay the entire two years.
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Invalid question. The maximum term of a principal has no direct correlation to the maximum number of possible principals over a given period of time. It does have for the minimum, but not the maximum.
No correlation between the two variables, sorry dude.
I'd say as many as you want. Just fire and hire. =). You didn't say a principle HAD to stay for 2 years.

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