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Sachin Rana
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sir in second question.... we can directly do 6*6! / 3!2!.....cann't we?
We are basically calculating sum of individual digits of every number possible at every single position (ones, tens etc.) one by one and then multiplying it with its respective digits place and adding it up. This was only possible because, let's say at *ones* position every digit out (0,1,2,3) appears equal no. of times.
every digit out of*
Ishaan jain
a year ago
Thnx
Rupesh
6 months ago
the sum is clear...but forming a four digit number from 0,1,2,3 would be in 3*3*2*1 ways...coz the number of digits are just four and repetition can't be allowed
Rupesh
6 months ago
the sum is clear...but forming a four digit number from 0,1,2,3 would be in 3*3*2*1 ways...coz the number of digits are just four and repetition can't be allowed
Rupesh
6 months ago
the sum is clear...but forming a four digit number from 0,1,2,3 would be in 3*3*2*1 ways...coz the number of digits are just four and repetition can't be allowed
10 lakhs wala question samajh nhi aaya sir !!
The total number of ways of doing this is 4!*5! = 2880. By placing the boys first by fixing one and arranging the rest of the girls.
Sachin Rana
a year ago
Correct. Good.
Sagar Singh
10 months ago
2880
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