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About this Lesson
 Type: Video Tutorial
 Length: 52:50
 Media: Flash video file
 Use: Watch Online
 Access Period: 90 Days
 Posted: 08/04/2009
This lesson is part of the following series:
Permutations & Combinations (8 Lessons) (8 lessons, $27.72)
This 53 minute combinations lesson is all about combinations and the difference between a combination and a permutation. It really should be called a permutation lock rather than a combination lock! This lesson will show you how to use:
 the formula for a permutation
 the formula for a combination
and to answer questions on:
 numbers in lotteries
 letters in a word
 people on committees
 sums of money
 selections from objects
 cards in a standard deck
Sample question: A student council has 10 members, 6 girls & 4 boys. A committee of 6 is chosen to plan for a dance In how many ways can this be done if Mary (one of the 6 girls) must be on the committee?
This lesson contains explanations of the concepts and 16 sample questions with step by step solutions plus 6 interactive review questions with solutions.
Lessons that will help you with the fundamentals of this lesson include:
 230 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5087)
 505 Factorial Notation & Linear Permutations (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5105)
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This is a 53 minute Combinations math help lesson
The difference between a combination and a permutation
Questions and answers using the combinations formula for:
 numbers in lotteries
 people on committees
 cards in a standard deck of cards
 sums of money etc.
Solve equations using the combinations formuls
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