Sarah S.

asked • 08/31/21

How many different codes are possible?

Assume that X={A,B,G}X={A,B,G} and Y={2,7,3,1,4,5}Y={2,7,3,1,4,5}. A code consists of 2 different symbols selected from XX followed by 3 not necessarily different symbols from YY.

How many different codes are possible?


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Michael M. answered • 09/05/21

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