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anonymous
 5 years ago
Write out all the different ways in which the elements
of the set {a, b, c} can be matched in pairs
with the elements of the set {@, &, %} if the order
in each pair is important. For example, the pair
(a, @) is different from the pair (@, a).
anonymous
 5 years ago
Write out all the different ways in which the elements of the set {a, b, c} can be matched in pairs with the elements of the set {@, &, %} if the order in each pair is important. For example, the pair (a, @) is different from the pair (@, a).

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Let's see, this is somehow similar to my discrete mathematics course I'm taking ^_^: let's let this set ={a,b,c} called set A and set {@,&,%} be called set B so = {(a,@),(a,&),(a,%),(b,@),(b,&),(b,%),(c,@),(c,&),(c,%)...and the reversed order ^_^, I guess?
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