# If the order of objects is not of importance how many

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If the order of objects is not of importance, how many ways canobjects be selectedat a time? Why is thisresult different from the result when order matters?thirteenthreeThere aredifferent ways to selectobjects at a time.three(Type a whole number.)
Explain why this result is different from the result when order matters. Choose the correct answer below.
You would like to customize a desktop computer online. You have to choose among the following categories: there arechoices for the processor,choices for the hard drive,choices for the memory, the monitor haschoices andthe keyboard haschoices. How many unique computers can you configure with these choices?
A research study needs to selectpeople to participate from a group of. Calculate the total number of uniquegroups that can be formed.threefourteenThere areunique groups that can be formed.(Type a whole number.)
An executive needs to selectstores from a total ofto participate in a customer service program. Determine thenumber of possible groups ofstores.8108There areways to selectstores.8(Type a whole number.)A computer program consists oflines of code. For the program to work properly, alllines of code must becorrect. Assume that the probability of any line of code being correct is 0.9999. Assuming that each probability isindependent, what is the probability that the program will work properly?10251025The probability is(Round to three decimal places as needed.).
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