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Use the nPr command in the MATH PRB menu.

Press 9 MATH left-arrow 2 3 ENTER

The 9 comes from the fact that "clipboard" has nine letters.

Posted on Dec 02, 2012

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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1. Download and install Clipper - Clipboard Manager from Google Play Store

2. Copy/Cut the item you want to paste in different place

3. Open the**Clipper **application, and under the **Clipboard **tab you should see your items stored in the clipboard

4. To copy each item in the clipboard, you just need to tap on it

2. Copy/Cut the item you want to paste in different place

3. Open the

4. To copy each item in the clipboard, you just need to tap on it

Oct 18, 2016 | Tablets & eReaders

1 to 9 sounds wrong, it should ben 10 to 9 if it is permutation order 10

Aug 13, 2008 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

You might try COPY/PASTE:

CLIPBOARD

A virtual, temporary storage area. Information (in the form of text, files, graphics, sound or video) can be copied to the Clipboard from one program or location and pasted elsewhere. The Clipboard can only hold one block of information at a time. Whenever something is copied to the Clipboard, it replaces whatever was there before. There are many platforms which support the Clipboard function.

COPY TO CLIPBOARD

Point mouse cursor to beginning point in text to be copied. Press and hold the "ctrl" key on the keyboard and click mouse. Entire section of text will be highlighted in blue. [NOTE: If only a portion of what you wish to copy is highlighted, then move mouse cursor to end of text, press and hold the "shift" key and click mouse]. Right click mouse and select "copy" from the menu window that opens.

PASTING FROM CLIPBOARD

Open the window you wish to place the copy (e-mail, FB profile page--status box, etc), click where you wish to place copy, then right click and select "paste" from the menu window that opens. NOTE: Edit as you would normally typed text.

[shortcut paste: press and hold ctrl key and press letter "V"].

CLIPBOARD

A virtual, temporary storage area. Information (in the form of text, files, graphics, sound or video) can be copied to the Clipboard from one program or location and pasted elsewhere. The Clipboard can only hold one block of information at a time. Whenever something is copied to the Clipboard, it replaces whatever was there before. There are many platforms which support the Clipboard function.

COPY TO CLIPBOARD

Point mouse cursor to beginning point in text to be copied. Press and hold the "ctrl" key on the keyboard and click mouse. Entire section of text will be highlighted in blue. [NOTE: If only a portion of what you wish to copy is highlighted, then move mouse cursor to end of text, press and hold the "shift" key and click mouse]. Right click mouse and select "copy" from the menu window that opens.

PASTING FROM CLIPBOARD

Open the window you wish to place the copy (e-mail, FB profile page--status box, etc), click where you wish to place copy, then right click and select "paste" from the menu window that opens. NOTE: Edit as you would normally typed text.

[shortcut paste: press and hold ctrl key and press letter "V"].

Feb 11, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

Do you want combinations or permutations? They're different things. A combination of n items taken m at a time, sometimes written "nCm", selects m items from a group of n without regard to order. A permutation of n items taken m at a time, sometimes written "nPm", selects m items from a group of m with regard to order.

Given six numbers, there are six combinations of one number, 15 combinations of two numbers, 20 combinations of three numbers, 15 combinations of four numbers, six combinations of five numbers, and one combination of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six permutations of one number, 30 permutations of two numbers, 120 permutations of three numbers, 360 permutations of four numbers, 720 permutations of five numbers, and 720 permutations of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six combinations of one number, 15 combinations of two numbers, 20 combinations of three numbers, 15 combinations of four numbers, six combinations of five numbers, and one combination of six numbers.

Given six numbers, there are six permutations of one number, 30 permutations of two numbers, 120 permutations of three numbers, 360 permutations of four numbers, 720 permutations of five numbers, and 720 permutations of six numbers.

Oct 22, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Number of permutations of n **distinct objects** taken **n **at a time (arrangements) is given by

**P=n!** In this case **7!**

However the 2**O** are **not distinguishable** one from the other. The number above must be divided by 2!

Similarly the two** L **are** not distinguishable **one from the other**. **The** **result above must be divided by** 2!**

Finally, the total number of permutations of the letters in HOLLOW is

**7!/(****2!*****2!**)=1260

However the 2

Similarly the two

Dec 10, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use nPr, which is the shifted function of the multiply key. For example, to find the number of permutations of six items taken three at a time, press 6 SHIFT nPr 3 =

Oct 29, 2013 | Casio FX991ES Scientific Calculator

This question refers to combination and permutation. In order to calculate this, you need to think of it logically.

To calculate without repeats, it's fairly simple. In the first digit x, you have three options (5,4,8), however in y there are only two options (the two which were not in x), and z only has one option (the one that was left over). When you calculate them out you do it by multiplication, IE 3*2*1=6. This is also called a factorial, and is expressed as 3!

To express with repeats, the formula is a little different. It depends on what size number you are trying to make, and I'm not sure that you gave that information. If you are only making a 3 digit number, the solution would be as follows. x has 3 options again, but since there can be repeats both y and z have 3 options as well. When calculated, it comes out to 3*3*3-27

To calculate without repeats, it's fairly simple. In the first digit x, you have three options (5,4,8), however in y there are only two options (the two which were not in x), and z only has one option (the one that was left over). When you calculate them out you do it by multiplication, IE 3*2*1=6. This is also called a factorial, and is expressed as 3!

To express with repeats, the formula is a little different. It depends on what size number you are trying to make, and I'm not sure that you gave that information. If you are only making a 3 digit number, the solution would be as follows. x has 3 options again, but since there can be repeats both y and z have 3 options as well. When calculated, it comes out to 3*3*3-27

Jul 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

You can enter combinations and permutations.

If the order of the selection matters (ie. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place out of 40 contestants) use permutation. Enter:

40{shift}{nPr}3 and then [=] for your answer set (=59280 possible ways).

IF order doesn not matter (ie. a team of 3 from 40 possible members) then it is a combination. Do the same as above, but substitute {nCr} for {nPr}. (= 9880 possible ways).

For your question: a three-digit set, selecting from 0-9. There is no specified order, it is a combination. The total n=10 (there are 10 digits in the range 0-9) and you are selecting 3.

so.... 10[nCr]3 with give the number of possible combinations.

If the order of the selection matters (ie. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place out of 40 contestants) use permutation. Enter:

40{shift}{nPr}3 and then [=] for your answer set (=59280 possible ways).

IF order doesn not matter (ie. a team of 3 from 40 possible members) then it is a combination. Do the same as above, but substitute {nCr} for {nPr}. (= 9880 possible ways).

For your question: a three-digit set, selecting from 0-9. There is no specified order, it is a combination. The total n=10 (there are 10 digits in the range 0-9) and you are selecting 3.

so.... 10[nCr]3 with give the number of possible combinations.

Feb 16, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Permutation : Permutation means *arrangement* of things. The word *arrangement *is used, if the order of things *is considered*.

Combination: Combination means*selection* of things. The word *selection* is used, when the order of things has *no importance*.

Combination: Combination means

Jul 11, 2008 | Curtis-Mathis CM32010 TV

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