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Create two problems for your fellow students to solve. Make one of the questions a permutation and the other one a combination.
The permutation I gave this example. In how many ways can we arrange 8 movies on a book self?
The combination example I put. How many ways can this problem be solved? A teacher has 20 individual students and she wants to pull 6 students out of class to help tutor other students.
Can you tell me if I did this right?
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