## Tricky Permutation and Combination Problems for SAT## This video is all about doing tricky SAT combinatorics problems without using any formulas. Instead, we'll just make blanks, then fill in numbers and multiply in a sort of truncated factorial technique. Examples include how many ways you can rearrange the letters of a word, form a committee of both parents and teachers, compose a password, and limited seating arrangements. |
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