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# Lecture5 - Basic Counting Rule Permutations Combinations...

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Basic Counting Rule; Permutations; Combinations Review Examples 5.1 Lecture 5 Basic Counting Rule; Permutations; Combinations Text: A Course in Probability by Weiss 3 . 1 3 . 3 STAT 225 Introduction to Probability Models January 8, 2014 Whitney Huang Purdue University Basic Counting Rule; Permutations; Combinations Review Examples 5.2 Agenda 1 Review 2 Examples Notes Notes

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Basic Counting Rule; Permutations; Combinations Review Examples 5.3 Review 1 Basic Counting Rule 2 Factorial 3 Permutation 4 Combination 5 Ordered Partition Basic Counting Rule; Permutations; Combinations Review Examples 5.4 Example 15 Illinois license plates consist of 4 digits followed by 2 letters. Whereas, in Ohio, license plates start with 3 letters and end with 4 digits. Assume all letters are capitals (without loss of generality). 1 For each state, how many possible license plates are there? 2 How many possible license plates are there for each state if no digit or letter is allowed to repeat?
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