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**Unformatted text preview: **SIMON FRASER UNIVERSlTY
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATECS Midterm 1 MACM 201 Spring 2013
Instructor: Dr. L. Stacho
February 6, 2013, 12:30 —— 1:20 pm. Name: (please print)
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using clear in every case unless it is explicitly stated
that no explanation is needed. . This exam has 3 questions on 5 pages (not includ
ing this cover page). Once the exam begins please
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7 drawn, in succession and without replacement, from the box. i) Find the sample space for this experiment, ii) Find the probability that the labels on the drawn tickets are increasing, i.e.
the label on the first ticket is smaller than the label on the second and the label on the second ticket is smaller than the label on the third. Justify your answer, define events and show formulas you use.
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prepared 10 distinct tasks that you want to run on these 7 cores. For now, you do
not want to overload the processor, so you decide to run these tasks on exactly 4
of the 7 cores. ln how many ways you can distribute these 10 tasks? Assume the 7
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banana, strawberry, kiwi, orange, and pear. In how many ways they can eat each
exactly one fruit assuming Jen does not eat apple and banana, Mike does not eat
apple, banana and strawberry, Lora does not eat kiwi, orange and pear, and Michelle
does not eat kiwi and orange. Use the method of rook polynomials to answer this
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Dmitri. Is this possible if he wants to give an even number of bookmarks to Mark but no more than 9, a multiple of three bookmarks to Susan but no more than 12,
a multiple of five bookmarks to Dmitri but no more than 15, and he wants to give at least one bookmark to each? Set up the generating function and explain why
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