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N n choices n-\ choices 1 n-(r-2) n-0-l) choices choices n—2 choices ... 1 rth Counting 20 We wish to choose r elements from {1, 2 , . . ,n} to fill the r spaces, where the ordering of elements matters. There are n choices for the 1st space. After fixing one in the 1st space, there are n — 1 choices remaining for the 2nd space. After fixing one in the 2nd space, there are n — 2 choices left for the 3rd space, and so on. After fixing one in the (r — l)th space, there are n — (r — 1) choices left for the rth space.

N - n ! This page is intentionally left blank Chapter 4 Applications Having introduced the concepts of r-permutations and r-combinations of an n-element set, and having derived the formulae for P? and (™), we shall now give some examples to illustrate how these can be applied. 1 There are 6 boys and 5 men waiting for their turn in a barber shop. Two particular boys are A and B, and one particular man is Z. There is a row of 11 seats for the customers. Find the number of ways of arranging them in each of the following cases: (i) there are no restrictions; (ii) A and B are adjacent; (iii) Z is at the centre, A at his left and B at his right (need not be adjacent); (iv) boys and men alternate.

4 {{A,B},{C,D}}, {{A,C},{B,D}}, {{A,D},{B,C}}. In how many ways can 10 people be paired off? If n points on the circumference of a circle are joined by straight lines in all possible ways and no three of these lines meet at a single point inside the circle, find (i) the number of triangles formed with all vertices lying inside the circle; (ii) the number of triangles formed with exactly two vertices inside the circle; (iii) the number of triangles formed with exactly one vertex inside the circle; (iv) the total number of triangles formed.