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# Are exactly 3 distinct symbols used to create the code words

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Are exactly 3 distinct symbols used to create the code words in language Q?

1) The set of all code words in language Q is the set of all possible distinct horizontal arrangements of one or more symbols, with no repetition

2) There are exactly 15 code words in language Q

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06 Oct 2008, 22:30
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If a, b and c are three different symbols then 15 different code words can be made using these three symbols as follows:

3P1 + 3P2 + 3P3 = 15

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