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Discussion on the basics of combinatorics and the main concept on FCP

Srijita Banerjee
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1. COMBINATROICS: FUNDAMENTALS GRE QUANTS SRIJITA BANERJEE https://unacademy.com/user/mampi

2. Simple Concept . AND Multiply OR: Add These are mathematical objects with mathematical meaning 02

3. If at a dinner party, you get the option to choose between 1 of 3 veg starters OR 1 or 4 non-veg starters, how many choices do you have?? #lveg-starter #2veg-starter #3veg-starter #Inonveg-starter #2nonveg-starter #3nonveg-starter . #4nonveg-starter . . . 02

4. If at a dinner party, you get the option to choose between 1 of 3 veg starters and 1 or 4 non-veg starters, how many choices do you have?? . #lveg-starter 3 +4 7 #Zveg-starter #Sveg-starter . #1 nonveg-starter #2nonveg-starter . #3nonveg-starter . #4nonveg-starter . 02

5. If at a dinner party, you get the option to choose between 1 of 3 veg starters AND 1 or 4 non-veg starters, how many combinations do you have?? . #lveg-starter . #Zveg-starter . #3veg-starter #1 nonveg-starter #2nonveg-starter #3nonveg-starter #4nonveg-starter . . . . 02

6. If at a dinner party, you get the option to choose between 1 of 3 veg starters AND 1 or 4 non-veg starters, how many combinations do you have?? . #lveg-starter . #Zveg-starter . #3veg-starter #1 nonveg-starter #2nonveg-starter #3nonveg-starter #4nonveg-starter . . . . 3*4 12 02

7. One more parameter Listing of all the parameters gives faster results.

8. Fundamental Counting principle Suppose we divide the ways we can do our problem into stages . Stages: n1, n2, n3, n4 . Then, the total number of ways we can do it is going to be: N- (n1) (n2) (n3) (n4) 02

9. Suppose we have five seats for five girls, how many different ways can we seat them? 02

10. Suppose we have five seats for five girls, how many different ways can we seat them? First Girl: 5 02