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Unformatted text preview: random. Find the probability of getting at least 1 pair. 4. Suppose that 6 individuals have accidents. How many different ways are there for 2 of them to have an accident on Monday, 2 on Wednesday and 2 on Friday? How many ways are there for the accidents to be distributed into 3 days, 2 accidents per day? 5. How many distinct ways are there to seat 10 people around a circular table? 6. Tucker, p.221, #9(a); p.222, #14(c),(f) and 15 7. Tucker, p.176, #6,10,13,20,35 8. Tucker, p.189, #12,22,33 10. Tucker, p.201, #3,5,13,15 11. Tucker, p.208, #1,5,7,10,11,12,15,16,17,18,20,30,32,35...
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