Circular Permutation problem. need help.
So here's the question:
In how many ways can 5 women and 5 men be arranged at a circular table if three people insist on sitting together?
"Circular Permutation Principle, n different objects can be arranged in a circle in (n-1)! ways."
My thoughts: Since three people insist on sitting together, that gives us 10 - 3 = 7 people. So it should be (7-1)! * 'something'. The something I can't figure out. Since the three people can sit in different orders. Is it 3! something = 3!
I don't know if I'm right or not.