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comment Combinations problem for all possible combinations
Ok, so if I have a 6 sided die, and roll it 3 times, the number of subsets is 2^6^3? The beginning "2" will always be 2 because an element will either be in or out of a set? Am I understanding correctly? Thanks!
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comment Combinations problem for all possible combinations
The second formula makes sense, but I don't understand what the 2^2^3 represents in the first formula. 3 I assume means 3 coin flips, but the other 2 2's, what do they each represent?
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This is very clear, thank you. I've been using logarithms in school for years, but am only starting to understand how to use them in this way. Thanks much!
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