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is 50. The maximum marks for each question is listed below the ques—
tion; in order to get full credit, you must show detailed work unless
otherwise stated. For questions 2 to 6, partial credit will be awarded
provided there is enough evidence of clear, legible work leading to the solution. 2. You are NOT allowed to use books, class notes or any calculating aids.
You are also not allowed to use mobile phones or any other electronic devices during the examination. 3. If you have any other doubts regarding the question paper, please feel
free to ask me. 4. IMPORTANT: Use of unfair means will not be tolerated at any cost
— any such incident will be treated as per the CLAS Code of Academic Honesty. ALL THE BEST! 1. Provide the answers to the following questions. Your answers should
be in simpliﬁed form i.e., you should evaluate all sums7 products, fac
torials, binomial coeffecients, etc. (You do not need to show your work for this question.) (a) The number of 3digit numbers is q 0 o (b) The number of ways one can choose a committee of 4 from a set
of 7 people is 35  (c) The number of ways one can seat 5 people around a round table
is 214 (d) The number of factors of 420 (including 1 and 420) is Z Ll . (e) The number of nonempty subsets of a Set with 6 elements is 63 (f) The number of possible arrangements of (all) the letters of the
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