 12.2.1: Evaluate each expression. 1. P(5, 3)
 12.2.11: Evaluate each expression. 11. P(8, 2
 12.2.42: How many diagonals can be drawn in the pentagon? A 5 C 15 B 10 D 20
 12.2.2: P(6, 3)
 12.2.12: P(9, 1)
 12.2.43: How many ways can eight runners in an Olympic race finish in first,...
 12.2.3: C(4, 2)
 12.2.13: P(7, 5)
 12.2.44: Darius can do his homework in pencil or pen, using lined or unlined...
 12.2.4: C(6, 1)
 12.2.14: P(12, 6)
 12.2.45: A customer in an ice cream shop can order a sundae with a choice of...
 12.2.5: Determine whether each situation involves a permutation or a combin...
 12.2.15: C(5, 2)
 12.2.46: Find a counterexample for each statement. (Lesson 118) 46. 1 + 2 +...
 12.2.6: an arrangement of the letters in the word intercept
 12.2.16: C(8, 4)
 12.2.47: 5n + 1 is divisible by 6.
 12.2.7: an arrangement of 4 blue tiles, 2 red tiles, and 3 black tiles in a...
 12.2.17: C(12, 7)
 12.2.48: Solve each equation or inequality. (Lesson 95) 48. 3 e x + 1 = 2
 12.2.8: choosing 2 different pizza toppings from a list of 6
 12.2.18: C(10, 4)
 12.2.49: e 2x > 5
 12.2.9: The Helping Hand Moving Company owns nine trucks. On one Saturday, ...
 12.2.19: C(12, 4) C(8, 3)
 12.2.50: ln (x  1) = 3
 12.2.10: Six cards are drawn from a standard deck of cards. How many hands w...
 12.2.20: C(9, 3) C(6, 2)
 12.2.51: A painter works on a job for 10 days and is then joined by an assoc...
 12.2.21: Determine whether each situation involves a permutation or a combin...
 12.2.52: Write an equation for each ellipse.
 12.2.22: placing an algebra book, a geometry book, a chemistry book, an Engl...
 12.2.53: Write an equation for each ellipse.
 12.2.23: an arrangement of the letters in the word algebra
 12.2.54: Evaluate the expression _x x + y for the given values of x and y. (...
 12.2.24: an arrangement of the letters in the word parallel
 12.2.55: x = 4, y = 4
 12.2.25: selecting two of eight employees to attend a business seminar
 12.2.56: x = 2, y = 8
 12.2.26: Determine whether each situation involves a permutation or a combin...
 12.2.57: x = 5, y = 10
 12.2.27: choosing two CDs to buy from ten that are on sale
 12.2.28: selecting three of fifteen flavors of ice cream at the grocery store
 12.2.29: How many ways can a hand of five cards consisting of four cards fro...
 12.2.30: A student council committee must be composed of two juniors and two...
 12.2.31: How many ways can a hand of five cards consisting of three cards fr...
 12.2.32: The manager of a fourscreen movie theater is deciding which of 12 ...
 12.2.33: How many different arrangements of the letters of the Hawaiian word...
 12.2.34: How many ways can five members of the 100member United States Sena...
 12.2.35: In a multistate lottery, the player must guess which five of forty...
 12.2.36: Hachihachi is a Japanese game that uses a deck of Hanafuda cards w...
 12.2.37: Describe a situation in which the number of outcomes is given by P(...
 12.2.38: Prove that C(n, n  r) = C(n, r).
 12.2.39: Determine whether the statement C(n, r) = P(n, r) is sometimes, alw...
 12.2.40: Show that C(n  1, r) + C(n  1, r  1) = C(n, r).
 12.2.41: Use the information on page 690 to explain how permutations and com...
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average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
Celsius degree

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Fahrenheit degree