Counting_ProbabilityS08

Counting_ProbabilityS08 - Counting Problems &...

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Unformatted text preview: Counting Problems & Probability 1. In how many different ways can four men and three women be seated in a row? 2. In how many different ways can four men and three women be seated in a row if no one sits next to a member of the same gender? 3. In how many different ways can four men and three women be seated in a row if the women sit together on the left? 4. Because of limited funds, 5 research centers are to be chosen out of 8 suitable ones for a study on heart disease. How many choices are possible? 5. In how many ways can a teacher choose 5 questions for a quiz from a bank of 20 questions? 6. First, second, and third prizes are to be awarded at a Science Fair in which 15 exhibits have been entered. In how many different ways can the prizes be awarded? 7. A snack bar offers strawberries, blueberries, peaches and honey as toppings for ice cream. (a) In how many different ways can you choose 2 toppings?...
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