Finite M118
Sep
05,
2017

This video covers one of the more challenging types of combination and probability problems that are commonly seen on finite exams. We'll need to split the event space into two cases, and compute the number of combinations for each case. Finally, we'll add our two cases together and divide by the total number of combinations in our sample space.

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