# Class Notes for Jill Simmons

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## MATH 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pocket Cube

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A fundamental principle of couning: is a set a contains precisely k elements, we say a has size k and write n(a) = k. A = {2, 4, 6, 8} n(a) = 4. Has a

View Document## MATH 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Disjoint Sets

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Someimes it"s easier to count the complement n(a) = n(u) n(a") total # of plates - # with no repeiion. Recall: n(aub) = n(a) + n(b) n(anb) Two sets tha

View Document## MATH 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: List Of Star Wars Planets And Moons, Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography, Omen

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## MATH151 Lecture 3: September 17th - 1.4-6 Counting, Permutations, and Combinations

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Recall: n(aub) = n(a) + n(b) n(anb) Two sets that don"t intersect are called disjoint ie. anb = . 6(numbers on each die) x 6 x 6 = 216: how many outcom

View Document## MATH151 Lecture 4: September 21st - 1.5 Combinations

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=6720: how many arrangements have the three a"s consecuive, glue all the a"s together to get one leter (aaa, arrange the new set of leters: aaa, c, d,

View Document## MATH151 Lecture 2: September 14th - 1.2-4 Venn Diagrams and Multiplication Principle

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A fundamental principle of counting: is a set a contains precisely k elements, we say a has size. A = {2, 4, 6, 8} n(a) = 4. For two sets: n(aub) = n(a

View Document## MATH151 Lecture 1: Septembr 10th - 1.1 Sets

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Set: a collection of objects with no repetition. Name of a set: typically, sets are named with a single capital letter. Set notation: set notation uses

View Document## MATH151 Lecture 1: September 10th - 1.1 Sets

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Set: a collecion of objects with no repeiion. Name of a set: typically, sets are named with a single capital leter. Set notaion: set notaion uses curly

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