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58 choose 4 2011-08-26
From Jean:
Using only the numbers 1-59, how many times would the number 23 appear in combinations of 5 numbers?
... Can a list be provided as well?
Thank you very much,
Jean

Answered by Penny Nom.
Choosing 4 numbers from 70 numbers 2008-07-21
From Jeannine:
When using numbers from 1 to 70 in sets of 4, how many combinations are there without having the same combination twice? Thanks
Answered by Penny Nom.
Tree diagrams 2002-10-12
From Denean:
  1. For lunch, students can choose juice or milk; hamburger or pizza; and a banana or apple. How many lunch combinations can the students make?

  2. In an experiment, Monty can use paper towels or cloth. He can choose red, green, or yellow food coloring. How many combinations are there?

Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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