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In each of the following scenarios, tell whether permutations (ordered) or combinations (unordered) are being described. Explain your answer. (3 pts.) a. A president, vice-president, and secretary are chosen from a 25-member garden club. b. A cook chooses 5 potatoes from a bag of 12 potatoes to make a potato salad. c. A teacher makes a seating chart for 22 students in a classroom of 30 desks.

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  1. anonymous
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    P C C- the question is, do you know why?

  2. anonymous
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    Well I think The first one is P because order matters in the problem?

  3. anonymous
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    Indeed.

  4. anonymous
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    But why are the others COmbinations?

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    Does the order matter in either?

  6. anonymous
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    Uhm I guess not ok then thanks:)

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