myininaya
A tv director is scheduling a certain sponsor's commercials for an upcoming broadcast. There are six slots available for commercials. In how many ways may the director schedule the commercials if the sponsor has three different commercials, each to be shown twice?
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bahrom7893
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im not sure i can answer this if myin asked it...
bahrom7893
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wait i think i can haha
myininaya
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it shouldn't be too hard lol
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3!*2
dleather25
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36?
KingGeorge
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I believe this would simply be (6C2)x(4C2)=15*6 = 90
myininaya
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yes George is right
bahrom7893
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god i suck at this.. i just realized.. no more than 2 repititions
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*repetitions
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that you all for participating!
hope it was educational!
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