Assign a grade of A (correct), C (partially correct), or F (failure) to each.Justify assignments of grades other than A.(a) Claim. For allProof. Consider a set of elements, and let one of these elementsbe x. There are ways to choose of these elements.Of these, there are ways to choose the elementswithout choosing x, and ways to choose elementsincluding x. Therefore,(b) Claim. ForProof.(c) Claim. For the number of ways to select an even number ofobjects from n is equal to the number of ways to select an odd number.Proof. From part (b) of this exercise The claim made there iscorrect. we have thatThe left side of this equality gives the number of ways to select an evennumber of objects from n and the right side is the number of ways toselect an odd number.

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