PERMS AND COMBS (1 Viewer)

ExtremelyBoredUser

Bored Uni Student
i refute your accusation and send you straight to genshin impact's discord server loli channel

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Average Boreduser

Rising Renewal
On a more serious note,

As long as you get the concept;

of table combinatorics (like the circle thing),
PHP such as handshake stuff (iftheres 29 ppl and everyone shook hands e.g), birthday problem etc...,
permutation/combinations questions like how many arrangements can u get from arranging SMARTYPANTS_SINGH

you'll be fine for yr 12. Its legit just grinding and knowing certain techniques. I legit just practiced these type of questions + HSC combs questions and I got those parts right in my exam, it shouldn't be too difficult
Bro that list u made was exactly what I saw in my du hw. I gave up and kmed and then just did binomial expansion which was easier somehow

ExtremelyBoredUser

Bored Uni Student
Bro that list u made was exactly what I saw in my du hw. I gave up and kmed and then just did binomial expansion which was easier somehow
Of course bro I did the course after all haha. Binom exps are refreshing after doing combs. Full 1000IQ logic -> semi 70 iq algebra brash

raindance42

New Member
Let me get straight to the point, I hate perms and combs. Tbh I hate combinatorics in general. I had a test today and ngl I probably failed. This topic seems like a complete waste of time but since it's already in the syllabus, can someone give me some tips to get better? As it's going to come back in year 12 and I don't want to be completely clueless. The textbooks don't help at all, their methods/overview of the chapter makes sense, but then their questions have nothing to do with either of them.
i feel you i spent so many hours trying to understand them and getting nowhere
however i feel like it's just down to doing enough practice questions because they're all pretty similar
i found this document super helpful: https:// documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@eis/@maas/documents/mm/uow168693.pdf

ExtremelyBoredUser

Bored Uni Student
Anyone doing going to do a comp sci and/or a maths degree,

combs gonna beat ur ass so get ready ur not done with it at all

ExtremelyBoredUser

Bored Uni Student
do you like it
I legit just made one of the biggest comebacks against combinatorics in one of my uni courses

SMARTYPANTS_SINGH

NESA WHY?
i feel you i spent so many hours trying to understand them and getting nowhere
however i feel like it's just down to doing enough practice questions because they're all pretty similar
i found this document super helpful: https:// documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@eis/@maas/documents/mm/uow168693.pdf
Thank you so much.

Masaken

Unknown Member
valid. always speaking the lord's truth

Average Boreduser

Rising Renewal
just gonna revive this rn.

Average Boreduser

Rising Renewal
Fk all combs. istfgiagkmsbctsiafwmbrnnej

SMARTYPANTS_SINGH

NESA WHY?
Fk all combs. istfgiagkmsbctsiafwmbrnnej
Ngl I like them now, saying this after doing shit ton of questions

SMARTYPANTS_SINGH

NESA WHY?
It's just those one or two dumb questions that have a shit load of restrictions that make it painful

Average Boreduser

Rising Renewal
Ngl I like them now, saying this after doing shit ton of questions
... ok.

banigul@30

Active Member
guysssss, HELLPPPPP. I have a perms and combs test next week. any tipss please?????? like literally anything that will help

axe

Active Member
as my math teacher would say, the more PERMBS and COMBS that you do, the worse you will get (because you will get headache)

Test-king12

Active Member
Let me get straight to the point, I hate perms and combs. Tbh I hate combinatorics in general. I had a test today and ngl I probably failed. This topic seems like a complete waste of time but since it's already in the syllabus, can someone give me some tips to get better? As it's going to come back in year 12 and I don't want to be completely clueless. The textbooks don't help at all, their methods/overview of the chapter makes sense, but then their questions have nothing to do with either of them.
i agree with you