# Solved: An elliptipool is an elliptical pool table with only one pocket. A pool shark

## Problem 51 Chapter 10.2

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Problem 51

An elliptipool is an elliptical pool table with only one pocket. A pool shark places a ball on the table, hits it in what appears to be a random direction, and yet it bounces off the edge, falling directly into the pocket. Explain why this happens.

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Week1 11.1-11.2 Fundamental Counting Principle and Permutation Spring 2016 Q: What is Fundamental Counting Principle A: M items N items Group 1 Group 2 Suppose we want to choose ONE item from each group, then the total number of choices is . Q: Can we apply Fundamental Counting Principle if we have to choose from...

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