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comment Solving Equations with Factorials
Yes, I recall that notation being equivalent to $C(n,r)$. I believe I understand what you were saying now - thank you very much!
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accepted Solving Equations with Factorials
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comment Solving Equations with Factorials
As I have stated below, would you be able to explain how you simplified the binomial coefficients?
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comment Solving Equations with Factorials
I understand that my original approach was too algebraic to work, but I have never heard of binomial coefficients. Any explanation you can give within your answer would be very helpful.
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comment Solving Equations with Factorials
I think my ignorance in this is understated... I do not understand how to evaluate binomial coefficients. I have never heard of them before today!
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asked Solving Equations with Factorials
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revised Maybe Things Can be Divided by Zero
Edited to improve spelling and grammar
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accepted Exponential Decay with Replenishment
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comment Exponential Decay with Replenishment
Yes, that's what I get. I think your comment on the other answer helped me figure out what you were saying!
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comment Exponential Decay with Replenishment
Well just doing the first two years by hand, I am taking .9 of 10500 and adding 1000, taking .9 of that result and adding 1000, seeing a significant decrease in the number of objects. Am I understanding your response incorrectly?
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comment Exponential Decay with Replenishment
Well my only issue is that using this model would require that I calculate the number of objects recursively, wouldn't I? Because I am adding 1000 to .1 of the population (.9 left), I would have to know the value after each decay, right?
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asked Exponential Decay with Replenishment
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comment Verifying - Trigonometry Homework
Wonderful; I never knew that existed.
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comment Verifying - Trigonometry Homework
Thank you very much for your answer, however, I must accept the first answer given. I trust you'll understand.