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I know this is really simple but indulge me ok. I found this [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2004, 22:19
I know this is really simple but indulge me ok. I found this permuation problem at

http://cse.unl.edu/~rduell/assignments/countingTutorial/countingTutorial.html

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Example 2
How many bytes (a string of exactly 8 bits) contain exactly 5 zeros?

Here's the solution given :-

In this example note that the order selection of the bits that are a zero does not matter. Hence the postions of the zeroes in the byte form a 5 combination of the set of 8 elements. Thus the answer is C(8,5)=56.


Is there an easier way of understanding this ? Shouldn't it be a permutation problem ?
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2004, 04:09
Hi twixt,

Would it be possible for you to show me how it's done ?


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