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Fundamental Counting Principle
if one event can occur in m ways and a second event can occur in n ways after the first event has occurred, then the two events can occur in m × n ways; also known as the Multiplication Principle

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Questions & Answers
answer and questions in exercise 11.2 sums
how do u calculate inequality of irrational number?
Alaba
and I will walk you through it
Chris
what is the identity of 1cos²5x equal to?
so is their any Genius in mathematics here let chat guys and get to know each other's
SORIE
okay no problem since we gather here and get to know each other
SORIE
hi im stupid at math and just wanna join here
Yaona
lol nahhh none of us here are stupid it's just that we have Fast, Medium, and slow learner bro but we all going to work things out together
SORIE
what is the function of sine with respect of cosine , graphically
sinx sin2x is linearly dependent
The reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by a number. eg the reciprocal of 10 is 1/10 which is 0.1
Shemmy
Reciprocal is a pair of numbers that, when multiplied together, equal to 1. Example; the reciprocal of 3 is ⅓, because 3 multiplied by ⅓ is equal to 1
Jeza
each term in a sequence below is five times the previous term what is the eighth term in the sequence
I don't understand how radicals works pls
How look for the general solution of a trig function
stock therom F=(x2+y2) i2xy J jaha x=a y=o y=b
sinx sin2x is linearly dependent
cr
root under 3root under 2 by 5 y square
The sum of the first n terms of a certain series is 2^n1, Show that , this series is Geometric and Find the formula of the n^th
why two x + seven is equal to nineteen.
The numbers cannot be combined with the x
Othman
2x +7=19.
2x=19  7
2x=12
x=6
Yvonne
Source:
OpenStax, Algebra and trigonometry. OpenStax CNX. Nov 14, 2016 Download for free at https://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11758/1.6
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