Probability (3) permutation

Probability (3) permutation - Counting sample points What...

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A B C D E What is the number of different ways to order distinct objects? For example, suppose that there are 5 people, say Now, we want to arrange them in a row randomly, Counting sample points then how many ways are possible?
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it?
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e. 5
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e.
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e.
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e.
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e.
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A B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e.
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B C D E Consider the first seat. Who will sit in it? There are 5 possible choices, i.e. Say, B will sit in the first seat.
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course ENGLISH 1303 taught by Professor May during the Spring '10 term at HKU.

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