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Here are the 3 cleans shirts that Ed had in the last presentation.

Here are the 3 cleans shirts that Ed had in the last presentation. If hes going to wear a different one each day on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, how many choices does he have for matching up the 3 shirts with the 3 days?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Ed has 6 choices because he is arranging 3 shirts in order. The number of ways of doing this is 3 ! 2 ! 1.

Ed has 6 choices because he is arranging 3 shirts in order. The number of ways of doing this is 3 ! 2 ! 1. Factorial n! = n(n-1)(n-2) . . . 1 For example, 5! = 5 ! 4 ! 3 ! 2 ! 1 = 120 Permutations A permutation of a set of objects is a listing of the objects in some specified order. The number of different permutations of n different objects is given by n!.

A baseball team has nine players. How many different possible batting orders are there once it has been decided who the starting players will be? How many batting orders are possible if the pitcher is going to bat last?

A baseball team has nine players. How many different possible batting orders are there once it has been decided who the starting players will be? How many batting orders are possible if the pitcher is going to bat last? There are 9 players. The number of ways to write down a batting order is 9! = 362,880

A baseball team has nine players. How many different possible batting orders are there once it has been decided who the starting players will be? How many batting orders are possible if the pitcher is going to bat last? There are 9 players. The number of ways to write down a batting order is 9! = 362,880 If the pitcher bats last, then the other 8 players can bat in any order. There are 8! = 40,320 possible arrangements.

P(n,r) Given a collection of n objects, the number of different ways in which r of them can be lined up in a row is P(n,r) = n(n 1)(n 2) ... (n r + 1). Such an ordered arrangement of r objects chosen from n objects is called a permutation of r objects chosen from n objects. Example: P(8,3) = 8 ! 7 ! 6 = 336

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If you have five clean shirts and are going to pick one to wear on Saturday and another (different) one to wear on Sunday, how many possible ways can you make your choice?

If you have five clean shirts and are going to pick one to wear on Saturday and another (different) one to wear on Sunday, how many possible ways can you make your choice? Solution: P(5,2) = 5 ! 4 = 20

If you have five clean shirts and are going to pack two of them to go on a weekend trip, how many possibilities are there for the two that you select?

There are 10 possibilities for which 2 shirts you pick. The 10 ways are shown here.

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Combinations A set of r objects chosen from a set of n objects is called a combination of r objects chosen from n objects. The number of different combinations of r objects that may be chosen from n given objects is

So C(n,r) represents the number of different unordered sets of r objects that could be chosen from a set of n objects.

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In the case of the 5 shirts where you were choosing 2 for the weekend trip, we counted 10 ways to choose 2 shirts from the 5. This is because

5! C(5, 2) = = 10 2!3!

Jerry has seven compact discs that Michelle would like to borrow for a party. He has agreed to let her take four of them. In how many different ways could Michelle make her choice?

Jerry has seven compact discs that Michelle would like to borrow for a party. He has agreed to let her take four of them. In how many different ways could Michelle make her choice? Michelle will choose 4 of the 7, so she can make 7! her choice in C(7,4) = = 35 ways. 4! 3!

Jerry has seven compact discs that Michelle would like to borrow for a party. He has agreed to let her take four of them. In how many different ways could Michelle make her choice? Michelle will choose 4 of the 7, so she can make 7! her choice in C(7,4) = = 35 ways. 4! 3! The easy way to calculate this: 7 ! 6 ! 5 3!2

A class consists of 14 boys and 17 girls. Four students from the class are to be selected to go on a trip. (a) How many different possibilities are there for the 4 students selected to make the trip? (b) If it has been decided that 2 boys and 2 girls will make the trip, then in how many different ways could the 4 students be selected?

A class consists of 14 boys and 17 girls. Four students from the class are to be selected to go on a trip. (a) How many different possibilities are there for the 4 students selected to make the trip? (b) If it has been decided that 2 boys and 2 girls will make the trip, then in how many different ways could the 4 students be selected? Solution: (a) C(31,4) = 31! = 31,465 4! 27!

A class consists of 14 boys and 17 girls. Four students from the class are to be selected to go on a trip. (a) How many different possibilities are there for the 4 students selected to make the trip? (b) If it has been decided that 2 boys and 2 girls will make the trip, then in how many different ways could the 4 students be selected? Solution: 31! = 31,465 4! 27! (b) C(14,2) ! C(17,2) = 91 ! 136 = 12,376 (a) C(31,4) =

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A poker hand consists of 5 cards dealt from an ordinary 52-card deck. How many different poker hands are there? How many are there that give a full house? (A full house is a hand that contains 3 cards of one rank and 2 cards of some other rank, for example 3 aces and 2 sevens.)

A poker hand consists of 5 cards dealt from an ordinary 52-card deck. How many different poker hands are there? How many are there that give a full house? (A full house is a hand that contains 3 cards of one rank and 2 cards of some other rank, for example 3 aces and 2 sevens.) Number of poker hands = C(52,5) = 2,598,960

A poker hand consists of 5 cards dealt from an ordinary 52-card deck. How many different poker hands are there? How many are there that give a full house? (A full house is a hand that contains 3 cards of one rank and 2 cards of some other rank, for example 3 aces and 2 sevens.) Number of poker hands = C(52,5) = 2,598,960 13 choices for rank of card from which 3 will be chosen, then 12 choices for rank of card from which 2 will be chosen.

A poker hand consists of 5 cards dealt from an ordinary 52-card deck. How many different poker hands are there? How many are there that give a full house? (A full house is a hand that contains 3 cards of one rank and 2 cards of some other rank, for example 3 aces and 2 sevens.) Number of poker hands = C(52,5) = 2,598,960 13 choices for rank of card from which 3 will be chosen, then 12 choices for rank of card from which 2 will be chosen. Then choose 3 cards from the 1st rank and 2 from the 2nd rank. So answer = 13 ! 12 ! C(4,3) ! C(4,2) = 13 ! 12 ! 4 ! 6 = 3,744

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Heres a typical full house K" K# K$ 7" 7% The kings are one of the 13 ranks in the deck. So there are 13 possibilities for the rank from which 3 cards could be chosen. The 7s are one of the remaining 12 ranks. The 3 kings shown are 3 of the 4 kings. The 2 sevens shown are 2 of the 4 sevens. Thus the number of ways of picking a full house is 13 ! 12 ! C(4,3) ! C(4,2) = 13 ! 12 ! 4 ! 6 = 3,744

How many different committees of 3 could be formed from 8 people? If Jane is one of the 8 people, how many different committees could be formed with Jane as a committee member?

How many different committees of 3 could be formed from 8 people? Solution: C(8,3) = 56 possible committees

How many different committees of 3 could be formed from 8 people? If Jane is one of the 8 people, how many different committees could be formed with Jane as a committee member? Solution: C(8,3) = 56 possible committees There are C(7,2) = 21 committees possible with Jane as a member. Note: You may prefer to think of this as C(1,1) ! C(7,2)

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3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves in the seats?

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves in the seats? Solution: 7! = 5040

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves if the boys all sit together and the girls sit together?

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves if the boys all sit together and the girls sit together? B B B G G G G Solution: 3! ! 4! = 144

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves if the boys all sit together and the girls sit together? B B B G G G G Solution: 3! ! 4! = 144 Answer = 2 ! 144 = 288

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves if no one sits beside a person of the same sex?

3 boys and 4 girls have bought tickets for a row of 7 seats at a movie. In how many ways can they arrange themselves if no one sits beside a person of the same sex? G B G B G B G Solution: 3! ! 4! = 144

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