• anonymous
Where have you encountered the binomial coefficient C(n,k) = (n!/(k!(n-k)!))? (i) Use its definition to compute C (10,4). (ii) The binomial coefficient can also be expressed as (n/k)((n-1)/(k-1))((n-2)/(k-2))...((n-k+1)/1)Use this representation to compute C (10,4)[hint:use "Product"]
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