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#Rosen exercise1 ,question71 counting
use mathematical induction to prove the sum rule for m tasks from the sum rule for two tasks.
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PGEE 2019
for(int i=0; i<=100;i++) { if (i % 3 == 0) printf("Great); if(i%5 == 0) printf("India"); } Count the number of times GreatIndia is printed. 6 20 33 none of these
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Turing Machine Self Doubt
Can someone explain in details how set of all TM is countable?
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Self Doubt
From a group of 5 woman and 7 man we have to select a committee consisting of 2 woman and 3 men. Find the total number of ways to select such committed if (1 and 2 are a separate question) 1. Four man refuse to be in the same committee 2. 2 woman refuse to be in the same committee.
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indistinguishable objects distinguishable boxes
how to know when to apply which case for : indistinguishable object indistinguishable boxes. Example 12 balls are distributed at random among three boxes.The probability that the first box will contain three balls is_____. Example  number of ways we can arrange 5 books in 3 shelves.
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MadeEasy Full Length Test 2018: Graph Theory  Counting
The Number of Labelled possible graph given below ? what I did was → we doesn't remove any of the edge out of 4 = $\binom{4}{0}$ [Because a Graph is subgraph of itself] we can remove any of one edge out of 4 = $\binom{4}{1}$ we can remove any ... out of 4 = $\binom{4}{2}$ similarly , $\binom{4}{3}$ , $\binom{4}{4 }$ then , add of the them
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Kenneth Rosen Edition 6th Exercise 6.1 Example 7 (Page No. 399)
this is an example taken from Rosen. but I’m unable to understand to understand the solution given there can someone pls explain me in details
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To find the total no of substring why we are not counting null substring
To find the total no of substring why we are not counting null substring https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12418590/findingsubstringsofastring https://gateoverflow.in/2458/gate1994115
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Zeal Test Series 2019: Graph Theory  Counting
Is there any short trick to do it ?
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Number of substrings for a given sub string having repeated symbols
Lets for a a given string aabbbccdd I need to find the number of substrings possible how to go about it? Does the n(n+1)/2 formula work here also?
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RosenPigeonhole Principle
How many cards must be chosen from a standard deck of 52 cards to guarantee that there are at least two cards of each of two different kinds? what this question means?
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Counting
A number of ways we can arrange letters of the word " TESTBOOK " such that E always comes between O's is ___________
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Oct 24, 2018
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Combinations
In how many ways a team of 11 players be selected from 14 players when two of them can play as goalkeepers only?
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Kenneth Rosen: Counting13
How many bit strings with length not exceeding $n$ ,where n is a positive integer ,consist entirely of $1's?$
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Oct 13, 2018
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Kenneth Rosen Counting3.a,b
A multiple choice test contains $10$ questions There are $4$ possible answers for each question? $a)$How many ways can a student answer the questions on the test if the student answers every question? $b)$How many ways can a student answer the questions on the test if the student can leave answers blank?
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cormen 7th edition counting
How many ways are there for a horse race with three horses to finish if ties are possible?(Note: Two or three horses may tie) My answer is 9 but correct answer is 13. In the solution they have even considered the case of all three horses tying ... is it possible that in 3 horses race all three tie at third position? How can we get third without getting first and second?
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Counting
1)In how many ways we can put n distinct balls in k identical bins? 2)In how many ways we can put n distinct balls in k identical bins such that no bin is empty?
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PigeonHole Principal
A drawer contains a dozen of brown and dozen of black socks,all unmatched.A man takes socks out at random in the dark. How many socks must he take out to be sure that he has atleast two black socks ?
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MADEEASY
Consider a set S={1000,1001,1002........,9999}. The numbers in set S having atleast one digit as 2 and atleast one digit as 5 are?
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Testbook Test Series: Graph Theory  Counting
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Combinatorics Question on Bit Strings
How many bit strings of length 8 contain either three consecutive 0's or four consecutive 1's ? MY APPROACH : Initially, for 3 consecutive 0's: 000_ _ _ _ _ =>2^5 = 32 WAYS 1000_ _ _ _ =>2^4 = 16 WAYS _1000_ _ _ =>2^4 = 16 WAYS _ _1000_ ... =>2*3! = 12 WAYS so, total ways = 112 + 48  12 = 148 ways But answer is given as 147 ways. Where am I wrong?
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Kenneth Rosen Edition 6th Exercise 5.6 Example 5 (Page No. 385)
I am not getting this condition. Can someone please explain that condition with that example.
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Kenneth Rosen Edition 6th Exercise 6.4 Question 6 e (Page No. 440)
nC2 for n=0,1,2,3...
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Combinatorics
Among the integers $1,2,3,....,200$ if $101$ integers are chosen,then show that there are two among the chosen,such that one is divisible by the other.
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Ace booklet
How many ways $4$ boys and $4$ girls can sit in a row so that no two girl are sitting side by side
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Combinatorics
Given m integers $a_1,a_2,....,a_m$ show that there exist integers $k,s$ with $0 \leq k < s \leq m$ such that $a_{k+1} + a_{k+2} + .....+a_s$ is divisible by $m$.
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Pigeonhole Principle (2)
Suppose a graph $G$ has $6$ nodes. Prove that either $G$ or $G'$ must contain a triangle. ($G'$ is the complement of $G$.) Prove it using pigeonhole principle.
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Combinatorics
Find the number of seven digit integers with sum of the digits equal to $11$ and formed by using the digits $1,2$ and $3$ only. Soln $X_{1}+X_{2}+.......X_{7}=11$ $(x+x^{2}+x^{3})^{7}$ $(x(1+x+x^{2}))^{7}$ $x^{7}(1+x+x^{2})^{7}$ ... (7k) (x)3k) * ((7+k1k) xk) $((\binom{7}{k}) (x)^{3k}) \times (\binom{7+k1}{k} x^{k})$ Now not able to proceed. Kindly help.
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Kenneth Rosen Edition 6th Exercise 5.3 Question 24 (Page No. 361)
How many ways are there to arrange $6$ Men and $10$ Women in a row such that no two men are together. This can simply be answered by putting $10$ women first which gives $11$ ... Why the both answers are not same. What am I missing? Which approach is correct?
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Counting
Show that, in a grid, the number of paths from $(0,0)$ to $(n,n)$ which does not cross ( it could touch ) the line $x = y$ is \begin{align*} \frac{1}{1+n}\binom{2\cdot n}{n} = \binom{2\cdot n}{n}  \binom{2\cdot n}{n1} \end{align*} After that, show the number of balanced paranthesis strings of length $2n$ is same as the above result.
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