Perms & Combs: Fundamental Counting Principle 500
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About this Lesson
 Type: Video Tutorial
 Length: 56:09
 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 56 minute Lesson is the first in the permutations & combinations series. It is the basis for understanding how to deal with permutations and combinations (perms & combs) and will show you how to:
 draw a tree diagram
 answer questions involving objects, numbers and letters using the fundamental counting principle
Sample question: How many 4 digit numbers can be formed from the digits 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 if no digit is repeated and these numbers are even numbers
This lesson contains explanations of the concepts and 16 example questions with step by step solutions plus 7 interactive review questions with solutions.
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This is a 56 minute math help lesson using the fundamental counting principle as the basis for understanding how we deal with permutations and combinations,
Draw a tree diagram
Answer questions involving objects, letters and numbers
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