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# Probability and Permutations

## Determine the probabilities of events when arrangement order matters

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## Probability and Permutations

Use permutations to find the probability that a certain event in the sample space will or will not occur.
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## Probability and Permutations: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of probability and permutations.
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## Probability and Permutations: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of probability and permutations
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## Probability and Permutations Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Probability and Permutations.
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## Error Control Codes

Learn how your wireless communications devices protect against distortions to your many bits of information.
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## Permutations

Students examine the number of possible locker combinations for a lock, using permutations.
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