9.6 Combinations and Permutations

9.6 Combinations and Permutations - Agenda: 1. Go over...

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Unformatted text preview: Agenda: 1. Go over classwork 2. Quiz 3. Lesson: 9.6 Combinations and Permutations _______________________ Go over classwork _______________________ Quiz _______________________ Lesson: 9.6 Combinations and Permutations Goal: Use Combinations and Permutations to count DOD Permutation (order is important, so AB is different than BA) A permutation of elements is an ordering of the elements such that one element is first, one is second, one is third, and so forth. Number of Permutations of Elements Permutations of Elements Taken at a Time The number of permutations of elements taken at a time is: Example: Distinguishable Permutations Suppose a set of objects has of one kind of object, of a second kind of object, of a third kind, and so on, with . Then the...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course MATH 180 taught by Professor Byrns during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery College.

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9.6 Combinations and Permutations - Agenda: 1. Go over...

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