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NAME
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STUDENT NUMBER
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Math 151 A03 & A04
Assignment #1
DUE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5
th
, 2010
At the START of CLASS – NO EXCEPTIONS
!
ANSWERS ALONE WILL EARN YOU NO CREDIT.
ALL RELEVANT WORKINGS MUST BE SHOWN IN FULL.
COMPLETE EACH QUESTION AS IF YOU WERE PRESENTING YOUR SOLUTION
IN THE CONTEXT of an EXAM.

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How many licence plates can I create if each plate is made up of three letters followed
by three digits with the added condition that the letters can only be As, Bs, Cs, Ds or
Es, and the three numbers have to be arranged in increasing order and must be selected
from {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}. Repetition is allowed where the letters are concerned but
not where the digits are concerned. Give answer as a whole number
.
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2.
Ten students are chosen at random from a group of eighteen of which Bettina,
Alphonso and Germaine are a part. What is the probability that Bettina, Alphonso
and Germaine are all among the chosen? Give answer to the nearest percent
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 Spring '09
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 Math

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