# Discrete Math flashcards, diagrams and study guides

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## Popular Combinatorics sets

View allProbability refers to how likely something is to happen.

There are two types of probability: - Theoretical probability. - Experimental probability.

1. Theoretical Probability: Probability based on reasoning written as a ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes. It is the theory behind probability.

The number of ordered arrangements of n objects taken r at a time.

You are counting the number of ways to select r of the n objects without regard to order. An example of a combination is the number of ways a group of teams can be selected for a tournament

The statement is false. A true statement would be "A permutation is an ordered arrangement of objects."

## Popular Set Theory sets

View allthe set containing the elements common to both sets

the set of all universal set that are not in set A.

the set combining all the elements of given sets

Set Theory

A collection of objects whose contents can be clearly determined

The objects in a set

## Popular Discrete Math sets

View allProbability refers to how likely something is to happen.

There are two types of probability: - Theoretical probability. - Experimental probability.

1. Theoretical Probability: Probability based on reasoning written as a ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes. It is the theory behind probability.

Set Theory

A collection of objects whose contents can be clearly determined

The objects in a set

a group or collection of objects

objects contained in a set

two ways sets can be specified

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