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Introduction to Combination Th...

The multiplication rule (Discrete Math)+ 
Java Applet 
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Let students discover the Fundamental Counting Theorem on their own with this ultracute applet from the NTCM Illuminations website. Students dress a bear who is going on vacation to determine the num...
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Combinations

Counting possibilities (Discrete Math)+ 
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This activity introduces students to combinations. They derive the formula for the number of combinations of n objects taken r at a time by starting with a list of permutations and eliminating those t...
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From Probability to Combinator...

Counting (Discrete Math) 
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Looks at data structures and their applications to probability theory.
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Computing Combinations and Per...

Permutations (Discrete Math) 
Flash 
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This minilesson introduces the fundamentals and important concepts from counting principles to compute combinations and permutations.
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Permutations (Amsco Integrated...

Permutations (Discrete Math) 
Flash 
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This minilesson explains permutation: an arrangement of objects or things in some specific order.
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Permutations

Permutations (Discrete Math) 
Flash 
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Flash tutorial introducing the formula P(n,k)=n!/(nk)!. College Cram charges access fees by the month or by the semester for most resources. To get a preview of their tools, see their free math mo...
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Ball Mixing Activity: 6 Balls ...

Counting possibilities (Discrete Math)+ 
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We have 6 balls3 reds and 3 greens. We drop them randomly into 3 boxes.
What combinations are possible? Use this applet to experiment.
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