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Strayer,Phoniex,
Feb-1999 - Mar-2006
MBA.Graduate Psychology,PHD in HRM
Strayer,Phoniex,University of California
Feb-1999 - Mar-2006
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Assuming that all members are eligible, but no one can hold more than one office, list and count the different ways the club could elect each group of officers.
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1. A president, a secretary, and a treasurer, if the president must be a man and the other two must be women.
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2. Â (a)Â How many two digit numbers can you make with {2,3,5,7}
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(b) out of the two digit numbers you were able to come up with, which ones areÂ Â even numbers?
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(c) out of the two digit numbers you were able to come up with, which ones are multiples of 3?
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3. Construct a tree diagram showing all possible results when three fair coins are tossed. Then list the ways of getting each result
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(a) at least two heads
(b) more than two heads
(c) no more than two heads
(d) fewer than two heads
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Find the number of distinguishable arrangements of the letters of this phrase.
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4. VICE VERSA
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5.Â When two dice are rolled. How many outcomes would there be if three fair dice were rolled.
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Determine the number of different possibilities for the type of number described.
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6 . Odd three-digit numbers
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Determine the number of possible ways to mark your answer sheet for this test scenario.
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7. A ten-question multiple-choice test with five answer choices for each question
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