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ACSC/MATH 347/447
Exam #1
100 Points Total
March 4, 2010
You must show enough work, or give sufficient explanation, in each problem to clearly indicate how
you obtain your answer.
No credit
will be given for a problem if there is insufficient work/explanation.
You may leave binomial coefficients and indicated sums and products in your answers unless otherwise
directed in a problem.
1.
(12
=4+8
points)
A student wishes to arrange 5 different history books, 3 different math books, and
4 different novels in a row on a shelf.
a.
In how many ways can she arrange the books?
b.
In how many ways can she arrange the books if the books of each type must be together?
2.
(6 points)
In how many ways can a child arrange 5 identical red blocks, 3 identical blue blocks
and 6 identical green blocks in a row?
Exam 1 Grade:
Course Average:
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