Introduction to Combinatorics Objectives Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to determine a number of outcomes.
Calculate a factorial. Make a tree diagram to list all outcomes. Vocabulary tree diagram Fundamental Counting Principle
factorial A nickel, a dime and a quarter are tossed. Construct a tree diagram to list all possible outcomes. Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to determine how
many different outcomes are possible. To fulfill certain requirements for a degree, a student must take one course each from the following groups: health, civics, critical thinking,
and elective. If there are four health, three civics, six critical thinking, and ten elective courses, how many different options for fulfilling the requirements does a student have? How many different Zip
Codes are possible using. the old style (five digits) the new style (nine digits) Each student at State University has a student ID
number consisting of four digits (the first digit is nonzero and digits may be repeated) followed by three of the letters A, B, C, D, and E (letters may not be repeated). How many different student IDs are
possible? Formula n factorial n!n (n 1) (n 2) (n 3) 3 2 1
Calculate each of the following 5! 8!*6! 9! 5!4!
Find the value of: n! (n r )!r ! when n = 7 and r = 5.
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