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Junior Certificate Strand 1 - Higher Level - Probability and Statistics

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 Edwin W. 0 0 The basic' rule and the factorials my be new to some of us but they are in their present use easily comprehendable
 Abdiasis omar H. 0 0 very good
 Joshua W. 0 0 Very good
 Mandela N. 0 0 i think i get
 Syd M. 0 0 cool
 Gabriel M. 0 0 hey bro
 Tilak R. 0 0 nice
 Jack K. 0 0 Erm I don't think this works if it is M1-W1 (1 man and 1 woman). 1 (factorial) x 1 (factorial) = supposedly 1 possible combination. But with M1-W1 I think there are two combinations -> M1-W1 and W1-M1. I'm relieved to say maths hasn't failed me completely as, as soon as we have 2 men and 1 woman, there are two possibilities (M1-W1-M2 & M2-W1-M1). Why doesn't the maths help me with my 1 man 1 woman scenario? Or am I not correctly applying the solution to the question?
 Carol P. 0 0 I know very little about statitics how does it work
 Carol P. 0 0 I need all the videos