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Chapter 6 permutation and combination

1. Calculate each of the following:


a.7!
b.4!6!
c. n! / ( n-2)!
d. 3! (n+1)!/2!n!

2. Calculate the number of ways to arrange 9 books of different titles on a book


rack.
3. Calculate the number of ways of different presents can be given to 8
children.
4. Calculate the number of ways 2 girls and 4 boys can be seated in a row that
consists of 6 chairs.
5. Calculate the number of 5-digit numbers that can be formed using digits
1,2,3,4,and 5 without repeatitions.
6. Calculate the number of even numbers that are greater than 2000 that can be
formed using each of the digits 1,2,4,and 6 without repeatitions.
7. For the word minutes, calculate the number of different arrangement that
can be formed if all the letters are arranged.
8. For the word minutes, calculate the number of different arrangements that
can be formed if the arrangements have to begin with a vowel.
9. For the word LIGAMENTS, calculate the number of different
arrangements that can be formed if the arrangements have to begin with a
vowel.
10.For the word LOTUS, calculate the number of different arrangements that
can be formed if the arrangements have to begin with a vowel.
11.For the word SURVEY, calculate the number of different arrangements
that can be formed if the arrangements in (7) have to begin with a vowel.
12.Calculate the number of arrangements if all the letters of the word
DENMARK are arranged with the condition that they must begin with the
letter D and end with letter K.
13.Calculate the number of 4-digit even numbers that can be formed by
arranging the digits 5,6,7,8 without repetitions.
14.Calculate the number of 5-digit odd numbers that can formed by arranging
the digits 3,5,6,8 and 9 without repetitions.
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15.Calculate the number of 4-digit numbers that exceed 7000 that can formed
by arranging the digits 5, 6,7,and 8 without repetitions.
16.Calculate the number of 4-digit odd numbers that can be formed from the
digits 2,4,7 and 9 without repetitions.
17.Calculate the number of 5 digit numbers that are less than 30000 that can be
formed from the digits 1,2,3,6 and 8 without repetitions.
18.Calculate the number of arrangements that can be formed if all the letters
from the word MAJORITY are to be arranged with the condition that it
must begin with letter M and end with letter Y.
19.Caculate the number of four digit even numbers less than 5000 that can be
formed from the digits 4,5,6,7 without repetitions.

Permutations
20. Calculate 7P2
21.Calculate the number of three digit numbers that can be formed using digits
2,4,6,8,and 9 without repetitions.
22.Using digits 3,4,5,6,7 without repetitions, calculate the number of ways of 4
digit numbers that can be formed.
23.Using digits 3,4,5,6,7 without repetitions, calculate the number of ways of 4
digit numbers that are greater than 5000 can be formed.
24.Using digits 3,4,5,6,7 without repetitions, calculate the number of ways of 4
digit odd numbers that are less than 5000 that can be formed.
25.A male teacher, three male students and three female students are to be
seated in a row for a photograph to be taken. Calculate the number of ways
they can be seated if the teacher is to be seated at either end.
26.A male teacher, three male students and three female students are to be
seated in a row for a photograph to be taken. Calculate the number of ways
they can be seated if the male and female are to be seated alternately.
27.Calculate the number of arrangements from the word LOGIN in which the
letters O and I are side by side.
28.Calculate the number of three digits numbers that can be formed from digits
3,4,7,8 and 9 without repetitions.
29.Calculate the number of arrangements of the three letters in EXPORT
have to begin with a vowel.
30.Calculate the number of arrangements of the three letters in FRAGMENT
have to begin with a vowel.
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31.Calculate the number of 5 digits odd numbers that can be formed from the
digits 1 to 9 without repetitions.
32.4-digit odd numbers greater than 8000 are to be formed from the digits
2,4,6,7 ,8 and 9 without repetitions. How many numbers that can be formed?
33.5-digit even numbers less than 50000 are to be formed from the digits
1,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 without repetitions. How many numbers that can be
formed?
34.A group of 4 men and 3 ladies are to be seated in a row for a photo session.
If the men and ladies want to be seated alternately, calculate the number of
different arrangements.
35.7 boys and 3 girls are to be seated in a row. Calculate the number of ways
they can be seated if the 3 girls want to be seated together.
36.Ahmad has 6 durians, 5 nangkas and 2 cempedaks. If he want to arrange
these fruits in a row and the fruits of the same kind have to be grouped
together, calculate the number of different arrangements. The size of the
fruits are different.
37.Calculate the number of ways to arrange 5 different books on a bookrack if 2
specific books have to placed side by side.