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CSC A67/MAT A67 - Discrete Mathematics, Fall 2015
Exercise #4: Probability
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CTLA02 _ Exploring Inter-cultural Perspectives in Academic Contexts Final Assignment
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CTLA02: Compare & Contrast Assignment Worksheet
Categories/Thesis
1) Identify the categories you are considering using in your compare/contrast paper. Write them
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Theorem. Given r objects and n types of objects to choose from,
the number of selections with repetitions is:
r + (n 1 )
r
Proof. Simply generalize the arguments above.
Example. How many ways are ther
University of Toronto at Scarborough
CSC A67/MAT A67 - Discrete Mathematics, Fall 2015
Exercise #3: Counting and Probability
Due: October 2, 2015 at 11:59 p.m.
This exercise is worth 3% of your nal gr
University of Toronto at Scarborough
CSC A67/MAT A67 - Discrete Mathematics, Fall 2015
Exercise #2: Counting with Repetition
Due: September 25, 2015 at 11:59 p.m.
This assignment is worth 3% of your n