Five people are to be seated around a circular table. How many seatings are possible? (Full Q inside)

I'm attempting this question, but I'm a little unsure about my answers. The full question is:

Five people are to be seated around a circular table. Two seatings are considered the same if one is a rotation of the other.

1. How many seatings are possible?
2. How many are possible if John and Mary always insist on sitting next to each other?
3. What is the probability if the five people are place randomly around the table that John and Mary will end up sitting next to one another?

1. (5-1)! = 4! = 24
2. 3! = 6
3. C(5,2) = 10
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For b, John and Mary can sit beside each other two different ways. For c, a probability has to be less than or equal to $1$, so you have to divide by the number of possibilities.