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True or false? explain

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  1. Wolfboy
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    The number of permutations of two items from a data set is always two times the number of combinations when taking two objects at a time from the same data set. .

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  2. ChristineToTheRescue
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    D: I dunno this yet. Sorry.

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  3. Wolfboy
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    I know its true but i cant remember why.

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    Master!

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  5. Wolfboy
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    ?

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    @dpaInc THE BOSS.

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    ?

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  8. Wolfboy
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    soooooooo no help?

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    @dpaInc HELPP!!!

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  10. Wolfboy
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    no a pickle

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    Dpanic likes tarts.

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  12. Wolfboy
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    hmmmm

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    Combinations: n! / r!*(n-r)! r is number of things you're choosing and n is total possible number of things to choose from. And of course...order doesn't matter Permutation: n! / (n-r)! Order does matter...you have less options to choose after each iteration

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  14. Wolfboy
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    thank you and can you help with one more?

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  15. dvonh2
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    So just throw in your n and r and walk through it

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  16. Wolfboy
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    No you answered the question bu i have one more

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  17. Wolfboy
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    *but

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  18. Wolfboy
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    o wait nvm

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    Thx

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    no problem, this is my 1st time on here. Looks like a good site

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  21. dvonh2
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    and hopefully it helped

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    yea thanx

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