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In order to conduct an experiment, five students are randomly selected from a class of $ 20 $. How many different groups of five students are possible?

15504

Calculus 2 / BC

Precalculus

Chapter 9

Sequences, Series, and Probability

Section 6

Counting Principles

Series

Introduction to Sequences and Series

Introduction to Combinatorics and Probability

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62 asks us in order to conduct an experiment. Five students are randomly selected from a classic 20. How many different groups of five students are possible? So this is a combination since the order that the students are picked in does not matter and you have N is 20 because they say that we have 20 students and we need to pick five. So our is five. So you knew combination Funny. See Clive and we can arrive at the Formula 20 factorial 20 minus father factorial five Factorial. When you saw that out you get 15,504.

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