Algebra

2. Which is not a combination?
-choosing 3 toppings for your pizza
-lining 3 students up in a row
-choosing 2 desserts from a tray of 10
- Choosing 5 students to represent a class of 30

3. How many ways can you choose 3
dishes from a menu of 8?

24
336
144
56

4. Is choosing 5 players to represent the team at a fund raiser a permutation or combination.

Permutation
Combination

5. Solve 6P4
240
720
20
360
6. How many different ways could you arrange 4 books on a shelf?

4
24
14
8

7. Is choosing 2 toppings from a list of 8 for your pizza a permutation or combination?

Permutation
Combination

8. How many different ways can you choose 3 frozen yogurt toppings from 20?

6,840
1,140
60
2,260.

Please help me I am so confused!!!

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  1. What confuses you?

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  2. The math we just got into this subject and we have only done one lesson and now we have this.

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  3. Do you know what permutation and combination mean? Have you checked your text?

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  4. Yes

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  5. What are the answers to 2 and 4 and 7?

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  6. B.

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  7. Permutation
    Permutation

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  8. I mean sorry combination

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  9. Which questions are you trying to answer?

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  10. 247

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  11. 4 is not a permutation.

    2 and 7 are right.

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  12. I'm confused with 1

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  13. 1.C
    2.B
    3.D
    4.B
    5.D
    6.B
    7.B
    8.B

    answer for all question here

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  14. Answers are correct Thanx!Yeon Ki- Min

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  15. Thanks Yeon Ki-min! All of those answers are correct! I got 8/8 even though I only needed one of the questions answered...thanks!

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  16. 1. C
    2. B
    3. D
    4. Combination
    5. D
    6. B
    7. Combination
    8. B

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  17. thanks Yeon Ki-min!! I got 100%!!

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  18. and hal :)

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