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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

evaluate 15 C 4 and 15 p 4

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  1. anonymous
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    do u understand it

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    No.

  3. anonymous
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    What's C and p?

  4. anonymous
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    Its part of the formula

  5. anonymous
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    they are combinations and permuatations

  6. anonymous
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    nCr = n! / (n-r)!r!

  7. anonymous
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    nPr = n! / (n-r)!

  8. anonymous
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    I see. Never seen it before!!

  9. anonymous
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    there are buttons on calculators for it

  10. anonymous
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    15C4 = 1365 15P4 = 32760

  11. anonymous
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    conclusion , there are alot more arrangements if you consider order !

  12. anonymous
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    so then u devide them

  13. anonymous
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    its combinatorics , a bit of a painful topic, a bit tricky sometimes

  14. anonymous
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    what u do with those 2 now?

  15. anonymous
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    what do you mean "what do you do with them now" , you asked the question :|

  16. anonymous
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    yeah but thats not the answer

  17. anonymous
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    its only suppose to be one answer because ur evaluation

  18. anonymous
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    :|

  19. anonymous
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    so you meant 15C4 + 15P4 :|

  20. anonymous
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    i said and

  21. anonymous
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    yeh :|

  22. anonymous
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    would it be 24

  23. anonymous
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    you could possibly be referring to the multiplication of them , but thats really badly worded

  24. anonymous
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    and is add " of" is mutiplication

  25. anonymous
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    that was right can u help me with the one I just posted up sorry

  26. anonymous
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    Its the same stuff just diff question

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