PLEASE HELP!!! (medal will go to best answer)
Exactly 4 actors try out for the 4 parts in a play. If each actor can perform an one part and no one will perform more than one part, how many different assignments of actors are possible?
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PLEASE HELP!!! (medal will go to best answer)
Exactly 4 actors try out for the 4 parts in a play. If each actor can perform an one part and no one will perform more than one part, how many different assignments of actors are possible?
Thanks! :)
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This is how i do this question:
Depending on how many different parts, i make 4 underscores, _ _ _ _ and fill each number up with 4, 3, 2, 1
4 actors can tryout for the first part, 3 actors try out for the second part (because one actor get the first part so he doesnt count), 2 actors tryout for the 3rd part (because another actor gets the 2nd part) ..etc get the drift?
so in the end you do 4X3X2X1= 24 assignments
is that the answer barlow?