practice_test_2 - the alphabet (A,B,C) which: (a) have...

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(1) Find the number of ways to distribute 10 indistinguishable ob- jects to four locations (the order they are placed is not consid- ered: (a) each location must receive at least one object (b) each location must receive at least one object (c) the second location receives at most 4 objects (d) no locations receives more than 4 objects (2) Find the number of words of length 10 that can be formed using
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Unformatted text preview: the alphabet (A,B,C) which: (a) have exactly one A (b) have no A 1 2 (c) have at least one A (d) have exactly 3 As and exactly 3 Bs (e) have at least one of each of the three letters (3) How many binary strings of length 8 have: (a) exactly 5 ones (b) exactly 3 ones in the leftmost 4 places (c) more ones than zeros (4) Find the coecient of x 1 0 in (2 + x ) 40...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2009 for the course MATH 2602 taught by Professor Costello during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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