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Daniellelovee

  • one year ago

Describe the counting situation as either independent or dependent. Count the number of ways musicians in a band can stand in a row on stage

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  1. Daniellelovee
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    @dan815

  2. Daniellelovee
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    @Directrix pls I need help on 4 questions from my homework

  3. Daniellelovee
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    I think is dependent but I'm not sure

  4. Directrix
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    I have heard of independent and dependent events but have not heard the terms used to describe counting. I don't know how those ideas apply to the number of musicians standing in a queue.

  5. Daniellelovee
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    would it help if I showed you my lesson from my book?

  6. Directrix
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    I think so.

  7. Daniellelovee
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    it says counting methods at the top of the page

  8. Directrix
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    I read the section on independent and dependent events. Based on what I read, I agree with you that dependent is the answer for the band member problem.

  9. Daniellelovee
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    ok thank you :) would you mind helping me on 3 more please?

  10. Directrix
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    What are they? I have this book open on my computer if the questions are in it.

  11. Daniellelovee
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    yeah I already did the rest but im missing 12,15 and 16 :(

  12. Directrix
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    Is #12 a license plate problem from the book?

  13. Daniellelovee
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    would you like to do them here and I give you medals on other answers you did or would you like me to open a new question?

  14. Daniellelovee
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    yes that one

  15. Directrix
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    A new thread would be good. Let's do that.

  16. Daniellelovee
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    alright :)

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