Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 4/1

Permutations and combinations tend to be tricky to figure out when you first encounter them, so we spent some more time looking at examples, including a modification to the concept to find arrangements of letters in a word.

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Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 3/29

The next part of the “counting” part of this unit is understanding the difference between two common patterns of counting: permutations and combinations. In brief, permutations are used to count the number of arrangements of objects, specifically when order matters like with ranked lists, unique assignments, or sequences. Combinations are used to count the number of groups of objects, specifically when order doesn’t matter like with committees or batches.

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