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Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers

Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
Counting Methods V - Permutations vs. Combinations for Busy Teachers
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Permutations vs. Combinations.
The lesson handout includes a recap of relevant definitions and nPr & nCr notation along with words commonly used in permutation and combination problems, and complete & clear examples. Also included is a worksheet (with key) with problems involving basic calculations, looking for a pattern between permutation and combination problems, and many varied problems in which the student needs to indicate whether permutation or combination is appropriate, and then solve.
6 Pages: Handout (Lesson) / Worksheets / Key
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Pages 1-2 is a detailed lesson handout includes a recap of relevant definitions and nPr & nCr notation along with words commonly used in permutation and combination problems, and complete & clear examples.

Pages 3-4 is a 20-question worksheet with room for student work. The worksheet includes problems involving basic calculations, looking for a pattern between permutation and combination problems, and many varied problems in which the student needs to indicate whether permutation or combination is appropriate, and then solve.

Pages 5-6 is the KEY for Pages 3-4 (questions with answers).

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