# '5 card hands' presentation slideshows

## Discrete Structures & Algorithms More Counting

Discrete Structures & Algorithms More Counting. ) = ?. ). (. (. +. +. +. Counting II: Recurring Problems and Correspondences. A. B. 1-1 onto Correspondence (just “correspondence” for short). Correspondence Principle.

By dunn
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## Some Mathematics of Machine Gaming

Some Mathematics of Machine Gaming. Prepared for American Mathematics Association of Two Year Colleges in Minneapolis for New Orleans 2 November 2007 By Robert N. Baker New Mexico State University-Grants rnbaker@nmsu.edu

By regina
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## 10.3 – Using Permutations and Combinations

10.3 – Using Permutations and Combinations. Permutation: The number of ways in which a subset of objects can be selected from a given set of objects, where order is important.

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## Combinations

Combinations. A combination is a grouping of things ORDER DOES NOT MATTER. How many arrangements of the letters a , b , c and d can we make using 3 letters at a time if order does not matter? We know there are 4! = 24 permutations. Listed out they are:.

By casey-mcmahon
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## Algebra II

Algebra II. 10.2: Use Combinations Quiz 10.1-10.3: Friday, 12/13. Combinations. An ordering of r objects from a total of n objects where order is not important is a combination. The # of combinations = where n = total # of objects, r = # you are taking.

By isabella-jensen
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## JV Stats #5

Combinations, Permutations, and Factorials. JV Stats #5. Handshakes. If everyone in this room shook hands, how many would there be?. Should we try it and count?. Let’s try a smaller example with a few volunteers. Is there a formula?. Combinations. The formula is nCr or Formula.

By clark-sanders
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## 10.3 – Using Permutations and Combinations

10.3 – Using Permutations and Combinations. Permutation: The number of ways in which a subset of objects can be selected from a given set of objects, where order is important.

By alfonso-lindsay
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## Counting by Complement and the Inclusion/Exclusion Principle

Counting by Complement and the Inclusion/Exclusion Principle. Sandy Irani ICS 6D. 5-card Hands. How many 5-card hands have exactly 1 club?. 5-card Hands. How many 5-card hands have at least one club?. Counting by Complement. Set S of items.

By mparkes
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## Do Now: Review 10.4

Do Now: Review 10.4. Multiple Choice 1.) What does mean? a.) b.) c.) Short Answer 2.) Find the number of arrangements of 3 #’s for a locker with a total of 35 options if: a.) all 3 numbers can be repeated b.) no numbers can be repeated. Algebra II Elements.

By wknuckles
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