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Unformatted text preview: 5 4 3 = 360 possible sequences . Think of it this way: on the rst roll, there are 6 possible numbers you could roll. If a number is not to be repeated in the sequence, then on the second roll, you cant get the number you rolled the rst time this reduces your possibilities for the second roll to 5 numbers. Likewise, on the third roll, there are only 4 possible choices if you are not to repeat the numbers you rolled during the rst two rolls. We can continue in this fashion. 6) 30 29 28 = 24,360 possible 1st, 2nd, 3rd place nishes. 1...
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 Fall '10
 Beaulieu
 Math, Probability

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