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S-Math301 MEB12 ST 2019-2020

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Assessment on Counting Techniques


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Question 1
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In how many ways can an MVP be selected in a league with 9 teams and each team has 12 players in its roster? _____

Response: 108

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 2
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

A lock contains 5 digits in its code. How many codes can be formed if the digits cannot all be the same? _____

Response: 30240

Score: 0 out of 2 No

Question 3
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

How many 4 digit numbers can we make using the digits 3, 6, 7 and 8 without repetitions? _____

Response: 24

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 4
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

How many ways can 6 different video game cartridges be arranged on a shelf? _____

Response: 720

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 5
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

Find the number of ways to assign 12 students to 3 committees, A, B and C, with members 4, 3 and 5, respectively. _____

Response: 27720

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 6
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In how many ways can 6 people seat in a row? _____

Response: 720

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes


Question 7
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

If there are 24 contestants in a pageant, in how many different ways can they place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd? _____

Response: 12144

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 8
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

How many 5-digit zip codes are possible if digits can be repeated? _____

Response: 100000

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 9
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

Concerning a car license plate in the Philippines (3 letters, 3 numbers). How many plates can be formed if the first letter comes from the word statistics, second
letter is different from the first, the last letter is consonant, and the digits are all lower than 5? _____

Response: 328125

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 10
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

How many different numbers can be formed using all the digits of the number 887,711? _____

Response: 90

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 11
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

in the Philippines it is proposed that license plates will consist of 2 letter followed by 4 numbers, if there are 26 letters and 10 digits how many possible license
plates can be issued? _____

Response: 6760000

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 12
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

A coach must choose five starters from a team of 12 players. How many different ways can the coach choose the starters? _____

Response: 95040

Score: 0 out of 2 No

Question 13
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

Concerning a car license plate in the Philippines (3 letters and 3 numbers). How many plates can be formed if the first and last letter are different? _____
Response: 16900000

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 14
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

There are 12 distinct books composed of five Mathematics and four English and three Science books to be arranged in a shelf. In how many ways can these books
be put in to a shelf if the English and Science books must be together? _____

Response: 3628800

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 15
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

Concerning a car license plate in the Philippines (3 letters, 3 numbers). How many plates can be formed if no condition is imposed? _____

Response: 17576000

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 16
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In how many ways can six different rings be worn on four fingers of one hand? _____

Response: 360

Score: 0 out of 2 No

Question 17
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In a qualifying race for an Olympic road cycling event, 15 men competed for 5 slots. How many different ways could the top 5 slots be arranged if the order in
which the men finished mattered? _____

Response: 360360

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 18
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In how many ways can 6 people seat if there are only 3 seats available? _____

Response: 120

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes

Question 19
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

In a qualifying race for an Olympic road cycling event, 15 men competed for 5 slots. How many different ways could the top 5 slots be arranged if
the order in which the men finished mattered? _____

Response: 360360

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes


Question 20
Put your answers in scientific notation with 4 significant figures if the answers are very large (e.g. 15! = 1.308E12, 55! = 1.270E73):

From a group of 7 men and 6 women, five persons are to be selected to form a committee so that at least 3 men are there on the committee. In how many ways can
it be done? _____

Response: 756

Score: 2 out of 2 Yes