For the word BANKERS, find the number of possible combinations of letters
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most of the questions i will post i have the answer... but i dont know how to set up the problem to solve it??
for this i would have done 7 C 6 however, the answer is actually 5040??
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but isn it asking for combinations? i think my teacher made the answer key wrong
here all letters have to be used
if we put any letter at 1 out of 7, then we are left with 6 letters only to fill the second spot.
and so on
lordofpens, the term "combination" is sometimes a bit murky
Think of a locker. The "combination" lock is really a permutation lock because order matters. Something like 347 is different from 743. And yet, somehow "combination lock" has stuck instead of "permutation lock"
im sorry, i think i forgot part of the question... it's actually
For the word BANKERS, find the number of possible combinations of letters given 6 at a time
will that change the answer?
you need to compute 7 P 6 instead of 7 C 6
ohh ok. i guess the "combination" in the sentence is misleading
in that case 7*6*5*4*3*2=?
answer is still the same.