An experiment uses three jars A, B and C. Jar A contains five balls numbered 1-5, Jar B contains ten balls numbered 6-15 and Jar C contains ten balls numbered 16-25. The experiment consists of selecting three balls from Jar A, two balls from Jar B and one from Jar C. How many outcomes are possible?

L14 - 4 The next rules, based on the limit laws, allow us to ﬁnd derivatives of some combinations of functions. Constant Multiple Rule If c is a constant and f is diﬀerentiable then d (cf(x))...