Unformatted text preview: Consider the following problem: A coordinator Will select 8 songs from a list of 11 songs to compose an event's musical entertainment lineup. How many
different lineups are possible? Use the Permutation Rule. The complete list has 11 songs, but only 8 of these songs will be selected or taken. Moreover, the order in which the selected
songs are played is important. Consequently, there are 11 songs or "obj ec " being permuted taken 8 at a time. So, the number of different lineups possible is 1ng = 6652800. ...
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