P Prerequisites 1 Equations, Inequalities, And Mathematical Modeling 2 Functions And Their Graphs 3 Polynomial Functions 4 Rational Functions And Conics 5 Exponential And Logarithmic Functions 6 Systems Of Equations And Inequalities 7 Matrices And Determinants 8 Sequences, Series,and Probability A Errors And The Algebra Of Calculus expand_more

8.1 Sequences And Series 8.2 Arithmetic Sequences And Partial Sums 8.3 Geometric Sequences And Series 8.4 Mathematical Induction 8.5 The Binomial Theorem 8.6 Counting Principles 8.7 Probability Chapter Questions expand_more

Problem 1ECP: In Example 1, how many different ways can you obtain a sum of 14? Problem 2ECP: In Example 2, how many different ways can you obtain a sum of 14? Problem 3ECP: A combination lock will open when you select the right choice of three numbers (from 1 to 30,... Problem 4ECP: A product’s catalog number is made up of one letter from the English alphabet followed by a... Problem 5ECP: How many permutations of the letters W, X, Y, and Z are possible? Problem 6ECP: A coin club has five members. In how many different ways can there be a president and a... Problem 7ECP: In how many distinguishable ways can the letters in MITOSIS be written? Problem 8ECP: In how many different ways can two letters be chosen from the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, and G? (The... Problem 9ECP: In three-card poker, a hand consists of three cards dealt from a deck of 52. How many different... Problem 10ECP: In Example 10, the team must consist of six boys and six girls. How many different 12-member teams... Problem 1E: Fill in the blanks. The states that when there are m1 different ways for one event to occur and m2... Problem 2E Problem 3E Problem 4E Problem 5E Problem 6E Problem 7E: Random Selection In Exercises 7-14, determine the number of ways a computer can randomly generate... Problem 8E Problem 9E: Random Selection In Exercises 7-14, determine the number of ways a computer can randomly generate... Problem 10E Problem 11E: Random Selection In Exercises 7-14, determine the number of ways a computer can randomly generate... Problem 12E Problem 13E: Random Selection In Exercises 7-14, determine the number of ways a computer can randomly generate... Problem 14E Problem 15E Problem 16E: Job Applicants A small college needs two additional faculty members: a chemist and a statistician.... Problem 17E Problem 18E: Physiology In a physiology class, a student must dissect three different specimens. The student can... Problem 19E: True-False Exam In how many ways can you answer a six-question true-false exam? (Assume that you do... Problem 20E: True-False Exam In how many ways can you answer a 12-question true-false exam? (Assume that you do... Problem 21E: License Plate Numbers In the state of Pennsylvania, each standard automobile license plate number... Problem 22E: License Plate Numbers In a certain state, each automobile license plate number consists of two... Problem 23E: Three-Digit Numbers How many three-digit numbers are possible under each condition? (a) The leading... Problem 24E Problem 25E Problem 26E Problem 27E Problem 28E: Single File In how many orders can four girls and four boys walk through a doorway single file when... Problem 29E Problem 30E Problem 31E: Evaluating Pnr In Exercises 31-34, evaluate Pnr. P52 Problem 32E Problem 33E: Evaluating Pnr In Exercises 31-34, evaluate Pnr. P122 Problem 34E Problem 35E: Evaluating Pnr In Exercises 35-38, use a graphing utility to evaluate Pnr P153 Problem 36E Problem 37E Problem 38E Problem 39E: Kidney Donors A patient with end-stage kidney disease has nine family members who are potential... Problem 40E: Choosing Officers From a pool of 12 candidates, the offices of president, vice-president, secretary,... Problem 41E: Batting Order A baseball coach is creating a nine-player batting order by selecting from a team of... Problem 42E Problem 43E Problem 44E Problem 45E Problem 46E Problem 47E Problem 48E Problem 49E: Evaluating Cnr In Exercises 49-52, evaluate Cnr using the formula from this section’ C64 Problem 50E Problem 51E: Evaluating Cnr In Exercises 49-52, evaluate Cnr using the formula from this section. C99 Problem 52E Problem 53E: Evaluating Cnr In Exercises 53-56, use a graphing utility to evaluate Cnr. C162 Problem 54E Problem 55E Problem 56E Problem 57E Problem 58E: Forming an Experimental Group To conduct an experiment, researchers randomly select five students... Problem 59E: Jury Selection In how many different ways can a jury of 12 people be randomly selected from a group... Problem 60E: Committee Members A U.S. Senate Committee has 14 members. Assuming party affiliation is not a factor... Problem 61E Problem 62E Problem 63E: Defective Units A shipment of 25 television sets contains three defective units. In how many ways... Problem 64E Problem 65E Problem 66E: Job Applicants An employer interviews 12 people for four openings at a company. Five of the 12... Problem 67E: Forming a Committee A local college is forming a six-member research committee with one... Problem 68E Problem 69E: Geometry In Exercises 69-72, find the number of diagonals of the polygon. (A diagonal is a line... Problem 70E Problem 71E Problem 72E Problem 73E: Geometry Three points that are not collinear determine three lines. How many lines are determined by... Problem 74E: Lottery Powerball is a lottery game that is operated by the Multi-State Lottery Association and is... Problem 75E: Solving an Equation In Exercises 75-82, solve for n. 4Pn+12=Pn+23 Problem 76E: Solving an Equation In Exercises 75-82, solve for n. 5Pn11=Pn2 Problem 77E Problem 78E Problem 79E Problem 80E Problem 81E Problem 82E Problem 83E: True or False? In Exercises 83 and 84, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify... Problem 84E Problem 85E Problem 86E Problem 87E Problem 88E Problem 89E Problem 90E Problem 91E format_list_bulleted