3 men and 4 women are seated at a round table.
Find the number of possible arrangements
if one particular woman must sit between 2 men.
Since we have a round table, that woman can sit anywhere.
She will be flanked by two men.
There are 3 choices for the man on her right, 2 choices for the man on her left.
The remaining 4 people (one man, 3 women) can be seated in ways.
Therefore, there are: . arrangements.