Suhani marwadi Asked a Question
September 7, 2021 5:59 pmpts 30 pts
es not exist 12 xiVi ? a In how many ways can one write the elements 1, 2,3, 4 in a sequence x,X,X,X with (a) 9 ( (b) 10 (c) 11 d) 12
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  • Priya sarda
    See the condition here State that i=\ i. That means that one element used would go on missing in the next. So leaving one in 1st we get 3 & then in 2nd we use the one left and 2 ot...
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    Suhani marwadi
    I didn't understand from the solution please explain it again
  • Priya sarda
    See the condition here State that i=\ i. That means that one element used would go on missing in the next. So leaving one in 1st we get 3 & then in 2nd we use the one left and 2 ot...
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  • Priya sarda
    See the condition here State that i=\ i. That means that one element used would go on missing in the next. So leaving one in 1st we get 3 & then in 2nd we use the one left and 2 ot...
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  • Priya sarda thankyou
    See the condition here State that i=\ i. That means that one element used would go on missing in the next. So leaving one in 1st we get 3 & then in 2nd we use the one left and 2 ot...
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    Suhani marwadi
    you have written same solution again please explain by giving example
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