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    @ganeshie8

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    can u help

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    @kropot72

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    can anyone help?

  6. kropot72
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    How many outcomes are in the order 'art, math, science?

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    i dont know and i dont have time

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    i'll try

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    There are 6 permutations (outcomes) of the three subjects, each being different from the others. So it is easy to see how many arrangements are in the order 'art, math, science.

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    ohhh

  13. kropot72
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    So what is the arrangement of the three subjects at the very top of the diagram?

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    art

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    Yes, art followed by math - science. Are there any other arrangements in the diagram in that exact order?

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    no

  17. kropot72
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    Correct. So the probability that the projects are in the order 'art, math, science is 1/6. The total number of possible arrangements being 6.

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    thanks

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    You're welcome :)

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