Mrs. Smith has a bank of 40 questions to use

widdonod1t 2021-12-12 Answered
Mrs. Smith has a bank of 40 questions to use for the Foundations of Algebra exam. How many different final exams of 35 problems can she form (assuming the order of the questions does not matter)?
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Dawn Neal
Answered 2021-12-13 Author has 35 answers
Step 1
She has a bank of 40 questions out of which she has to choose 35 questions to make the final exams.
Also, the order of the Questions do not matter.
So, she can select 35 questions out of 40 questions in {40}C35 ways
Now, {40}C35=40×39×38×37×36=658,008
So, she can form the final exams in 658008 ways
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Answered 2021-12-14 Author has 33 answers
Step 1
She has 40 questions, of which she has to choose 35 for the final exams.
So,
{40}C35=23×32×13×19×37
=658008
Answer: she can shape final exams 658008 ways
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