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Counting

General:

1. How many three-digit even numbers can be formed from the digits 1,2,3,4 and 5 if each digit can be

used only once?

2. How many two-digit odd numbers can be formed from the numbers 2,4,6,8, and 9 if repetition of digits

is allowed?

3. A college freshman must take a Math course, a Science course, and an English course. If he or she may

select any of six Math courses, any of five Science courses and any of four English courses, in how

many ways can he or she arrange his or her program?

4. How many different license plates which consist of three letters and three numbers are there

altogether if

a. there are no restrictions?

b. The letters must be different?

c. The letters must be different and the first digit cannot be 0?

d. The letters and numbers must be different?

5. In how many ways can you order a meal in a restaurant if you have two choices of drinks (coffee or

tea), three main courses (chicken, beef or fish), and two desserts (pie or cake) where a full meal consist

of one drink, one main course, and one dessert?

6. In the 73rd UAAP season, eight sprinters from different universities are in the final match. In how many

ways can the sprinters receive a gold, a silver, or a bronze?

7. A committee will elect a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. If the committee consists of 35

members, how many possible outcomes for the three positions can occur? (Note that no member can

be elected in two positions.)

8. In how many ways can a female model dress up at a fashion show if she has five different pairs of

shoes, four different pants, five different pants, five different shirts, and four different hats?

9. A group of five teenagers went to a movie. In how many ways can they be arranged in a row of five

seats?

10. If you will choose two students from four students, in how many ways can you arrange these two

students who will sit on two different chairs?

11. In how many ways can you arrange five different starting positions in a basketball team with nine men

who can play any position?

12. In how many ways can you plant five different trees around a circular lot?

13. In how many ways can four boys and five girls sit in a row alternately?

14. Four married couples have brought eight seats in a row for a concert. In how many different ways can

these couples sit with no restrictions? Each couple sit together? All men sit together to the right of all

women?

A

1.

**In traveling from Philippines to Los Angeles, Mr. De Castro wishes to stop over in Hawaii. If he has 4
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airlines to choose from in the trip from Philippines to Hawaii and has 3 airlines to choose from in the

trip from Hawaii to Los Angeles, in how many ways can Mr. De Castro travel from Philippines to Los

Angeles?

2. A restaurant offers 2 different soups, 5 different main courses and 4 different drinks in its lunch menu.

Each order can select a soup, a main course and a drink from the menu. How many different lunches

are possible?

3. A lady has 5 blouses, 6 skirts, 3 handbags and 7 pairs of shoes. How many different outfits can she

wear?

4. A dance club has 10 male and 12 female members. A pair of male and female members has to be

chosen to join a contest. How many pairs can be formed?

5. A computer shop has 5 types of monitors, 4 CPU systems and 7 printers available. How many different

computer systems consisting of a monitor, a CPU system and a printer can be formed?

6. A florist has 20 types of flowers, 7 types of leaves and 11 different vases. A flower arrangement is to

be made by putting a type of flower and a type of leaf into a vase. How many different arrangements

can be made?

7. There is a 6-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) encoded in each bank card for security reasons.

Find the number of possible PINs

(a) with repeated digits allowed,

(b) with no repeated digits.

8. In order to travel from city X to city Y, Peter has the following choices:

i.

He can fly directly from X to Y on one of the 3 airlines.

ii. He can fly from X to another city T on one of the 4 airlines and then travel from T to Y with one of

the 5 bus lines.

In how many ways can he travel from X to Y?

9. (a) In how many ways can 5 true-false questions be answered?

(b) In how many ways can 10 multiple choice questions, each with 4 options, be answered?

(c) A test paper consists of 5 true-false questions and 10 multiple choice questions with 4 options. In

how many ways can this paper be answered?

10. Monica has several ways to spend her evening. She can read a book, watch a video or go for a drink.

She can choose between 7 books, 5 videos and 3 coffee shops. How many choices does she have if

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2) 48 44 40/C(52. How many arrangements of the 26 letters of the alphabet in which: (a) a occurs before b? (b) a occurs before b and c occurs before d? (c) the 5 vowels appear in alphabetical order? 18. (d) Four 1-vote people and four 2-vote people (majority is 7). 1. for example. How many arrangements of INSTRUCTOR are there in which where are exactly two consonants between successive pairs of vowels? 20. efd. What is the probability that there are 5 days from each month in the subset? (For simplicity. Queen. abf. (b) One pair or more (three of a kind.) 7. How large must n be? 16. If a coin is tossed eight times. 3. Determine the Shapley-Shubik index of a 1-vote person and a 2-vote person in the councils with the following make up: (a) Three 1-vote people and one 2-vote person. What is the probability of randomly choosing a permutation of the 10 digits 0. A man has n friends and invites a different subset of four of them to his house every night for a year (365 nights). 2. What is the probability that a random five-card hand has: (a) Exactly one pair (no three of a kind or two pairs)? Comment on the answers: (a) 13 C(4. (b) 13 C(4. (a) How many points of intersection are formed by the chords of an n-gon (assuming no three of these lines cross at one point)? (b) Into how many line segments are the lines in part (a) cut by the intersection points? (c) Use Euler’s formula r = e – v + 2 and parts (a) and (b) to determine the number of regions formed by the chords of an n-gon. How many arrangements of SYSTEMATIC are there in which each S is followed by a vowel (this includes Y)? 4. What is the probability that 2 (or more) people in a random group of 25 people have a common birthday? (This is the famous Birthday Paradox Problem. 5). Given a collection of 2n objects. U)? No repetitions are allowed. no diamonds or clubs. (a) Find the probability of 2 of the 20 fish being marked if the lake has k fish (assuming the fish are caught at random). 17. assume a year has 12 months with 30 days each. O. 3)/C(52. How many ways are there to form an (unordered) collection of 4 pairs of 2 people chosen from a group of 30 people? 3. How many triangles can be formed by joining different sets of three corners of an octagon? How many triangles if no pair of adjacent corners is permitted? 15. (b) What value of k maximizes the probability? 10. and Jack? (b) The same number of hearts and spades? E. 9 in which: (a) An odd digit is in the first position and 1. (b) Two 1-vote people and two 2-vote people (majority is 4). I. (a) What is the probability that k is the smallest integer in a subset of four different numbers chosen from 1 through 20(1 < k < 17)? (b) What is the probability that k is the second smallest? 5. How many subsets of three different of three different integers between 1 and 90 inclusive are there whose sum is: (a) An even number? (b) Divisible by 3? (c) Divisible by 4? 13. 1. and 2 people who can play forward or guard? 8. two pairs. .(a) Pieces of n nonparallel lines. What is the probability that a five-card hand has (a) At least one of each of the four values: Ace. How many way are there to pick a team if there are 6 forwards. Ten fish are caught in a lake. four of a kind. 19. the four lines below form four triangles: acd. 2 of which have been marked.) 21. and (c) (52 3 48 44 40)/(52 51 50 49 48). what is the probability of getting: (a) Exactly four heads in a row? (b) At least four heads in a row? 14. E. How many arrangements of the letters in PREPOSTEROUS are there in which the first vowel to appear is an E? 11. and the values of the spades are all greater than the values of the hearts? 12. at least one heart. full house)? (c) The cards dealt in order of decreasing value? (d) At least one spade. 3 in “forward” positions (this includes the “center”) and 2 in “guard” positions. 5). m of which are parallel and the others mutually nonparallel? 15. King. What fraction of all arrangements of INSTRUCTOR have: (a) Three consecutive vowels? (b) Two consecutive vowels? 2. How many 6-letter sequences are there with at least 3 vowels (A. …. 2) C(48. Two days later 20 fish are again caught. and ebc? (b) Pieces of n lines. 4 or 5 is in the last position? (b) 5 is not in the first position and 9 is not in the last position? 22. how many different subcollections of n objects are there? 9. n identical and the other n all distinct. 4 guards. A baseball team has 5 players. How many ways are there to place eight identical black pieces and eight identical white pieces on an 8 8 chessboard? 6. 2. and then returned to the lake. marked. Suppose a subset of 60 different days of the year are selected at random in a lottery. (c) Four 1-vote people and three 2-vote people (majority is 6).

2. Find the coefficient of (a) Find the constant term in the expansion of (b) Find the coefficient of 3. Find the value of a and the coefficients of 6. How many ways are there to invite a different subset of three of these friends for a dinner on seven successive nights such that each pair of friends are together at just one dinner? F. 8 1. A man has seven friends. 1 from Pascal’s triangle. Find the ratio a3 : an 3 where n 9. in the expansion of 1 x 1 2 x 1 4 x where n is a n Find n n positive integer. 4. 1 ax 2 x 2 6 In the expansion of where a ¡ . 3 2 x 20 in the expansion of 1 2 x x .16. 12 2 x k in the expansion of 3 2 x x 1 x 34 is zero. Show that this sum of the seven entries in the entries in the hexagon is twice the entry directly below the hexagon. n x3 . 1 3 1 in the expansion of 2 x 3 where x 0. 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 6 7 8 5 10 15 21 28 1 6 35 56 1 10 70 5 6 21 56 28 1 7 1 1 8 1 1 1 8 5 6 7 3 4 1 10 21 1 6 15 28 1 3 1 1 15 35 2 1 4 20 1 1 3 4 1 1 3 1 1 1 10 20 35 56 4 1 15 35 70 5 6 21 56 28 1 7 1 8 1 . Draw a hexagon around your chosen entry and the six Pick any entry k adjacent entries (see Figure below for 5 3 n 10 ). the coefficients of x 2 and x11 are 27 and –192 respectively. How many triangles are formed by (assuming no three lines cross at a point): (a) Pieces of three chords of a convex 10-gon such that the triangles are wholly within the 10-gon (a corner of the 10-gon cannot be a corner of any of these triangles)? (b) Pieces of three chords ort outside edges of a convex n-gon? 17. (b) 5. find the value of k. x x 2 If the coefficient of (a) 1 x 2 x 12 where x 0 . ar . the coefficient of x r .

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