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# Permutations and Combinations

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Joined: 25 Dec 2003
Posts: 271
Location: India

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02 Jun 2004, 06:21
Hi all

I am looking for good information on Permutation and Combination(websites). In my practice exams (GMAT), I get a score, ranging from 680-740 (old ETS papers). I am sure, if I need to touch 50s in the quant, i will be encountered with questions on Permutation and Combination (which I have ignored in my preparation). Some of my frnds (well of them who took gmat) said, that a person who touches 48+ in quant in bound to get 2 to 3 combinations and permutation questions. I do not want that type of a quesion coming in the start and I fail to answer it, which will effect my overall score. Please, can someone suggest me a site which gives info on Permutation and Combination?.

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Joined: 15 Aug 2003
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02 Jun 2004, 06:40
It is not tough probability or counting methods.. just simple concepts. The hard part is the way questions are asked.

we have written some lessons on the website. did you check those out in the courses area?

praet
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Joined: 07 Jun 2004
Posts: 27
Location: Sunnyvale
A good course material for combination and probability  [#permalink]

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22 Jun 2004, 12:37
The best I've seen is from http://www.deltacourse.com
A good course material for combination and probability   [#permalink] 22 Jun 2004, 12:37

# Permutations and Combinations

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