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Unformatted text preview: September 3, 2010 Math 351  Homework 1 Due in class next Tuesday. In each of these problems show exactly what it is you are calculating and then complete the calculation using a calculator, for example ( ~ ) ( ~) 40. It's ok to answer each question in the space provided. The work you turn in must be your work, not done in consultation with anyone else in the class. 1. Say we have 4 blue books. 4 red books, and 3 green books which we wish to arrange on a shelf. Assume that all of the books are different. How many ways can the books be arranged with each of the following conditions imposed? (b) Books of the same color must be to e ' . ~ ! y! )! = 2 ,?7" TIl,,, I : <:40o/e. """"e,; of co/,,;J n.l::.! "rr~ II'I.4.L lOokJ e'.. h~ r/e ~ J' .r~J! It ~"" ", /"1 cf ",. ?OJ~ l't" '~"tI(" • .Jrettt1l (c) The hlue books mu::;t all be together. ~ (f( 8!" = 9" 7, " e <?) r./~ I : ~~ V~ 'ook /,tt'(e"", z;,J~1 _' jlLtlAft:lr.e. f".4 /;1,cL crt (/~ 6.oeJ Cf41 '4~ ;t"...q,'",,1!' 60 0 ~/....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course MATH 351 taught by Professor Moumen,f during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.
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