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I need nearest permutation from these numbers 240 4029 1 624 3530 to this location N 50 44.322 W 003 29.508

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Permutation

you have to enter the 10, as the n factor, then press the x<>y key, then enter 3 as your r factor, then press 2nd and then nPr, and there is your answer

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

SOURCE: Combinations and Permutations

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.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

SOURCE: how do i calculate permutation in fx-82ms casio

Hello,

Find on the calculator the [nPr] key either (you may have to use the [2nd] or [2ndF] key) then

1. Enter the number that corresponds to n eg. 18

2. Press the [nPr] key

3. Enter the number that corresponds to r eg. 5

18[nPr]5 gives 1028160

If you calculate combinaitions use [nCr] key.

Hope it helps

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

SOURCE: i want to calculate permutation and combination.

Hello,

Use the sequence [2ndF][nPr] for permutations and [2ndF][nCr] for combinations.

Exemples: 10(nPr)3 is entered as 10[2ndF][nPr]3 [=] gives 720

5(nCr)2 is entered as 5 [2ndF][nCr] 2 [=] gives 10

Hope it helps.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

SOURCE: I need to know how to change the mode on the

I must know which calculator you speak of. They're all a little different. If you speak of Windows calculator, get this calculator: http://www.calculator.org/default.aspx

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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

Turn calculator ON.

If you see no icons, press the Menu key then [1] to select Run/Mat.

In Run/Mat press the OPTN key, then the F6 key to pan other tabs.

Above the F3 key you see the PROB tab. Activate it by pressing F3. The permutation Tab is above F2.

To use permutations, enter the larger number (n), press F2 [nPr] followed by the smaller number.

If you see no icons, press the Menu key then [1] to select Run/Mat.

In Run/Mat press the OPTN key, then the F6 key to pan other tabs.

Above the F3 key you see the PROB tab. Activate it by pressing F3. The permutation Tab is above F2.

To use permutations, enter the larger number (n), press F2 [nPr] followed by the smaller number.

Jan 31, 2013 | Casio Computer FX-CG10 Graphing Calculator

By P value, do you mean permutation, or do you mean the statistics p value?

To find the permutation P value simply type in the n (or total number of observations) then press 2nd F (the orange button) and then enter the number of spaces available and press equal.

To find the permutation P value simply type in the n (or total number of observations) then press 2nd F (the orange button) and then enter the number of spaces available and press equal.

Sep 30, 2012 | Sharp ELW535 Calculator

The symbol is used to represent the factorial function. That function appears in probability theory, so you will find it under the Prob menu.

Turn Claculator ON

If you see no icons, press the MENU key.

Press 1 to select Run/Matrix home screen.

Press the OPTN key

Press F6> to move to the next page of TABS.

The probability Menu is activated by pressing the F3 key.

The factorial function is shown at the bottom of the screen as x!

Enter the number whose factorial you want to calculate, and press F1.

The calculator cannot calculate the factorial of numbers larger than 69.

Note: If you have to calculate permutations and combinations, do not use the definition in terms of factorials. Rather, use nPr for permutations and nCr for combinations.

Turn Claculator ON

If you see no icons, press the MENU key.

Press 1 to select Run/Matrix home screen.

Press the OPTN key

Press F6> to move to the next page of TABS.

The probability Menu is activated by pressing the F3 key.

The factorial function is shown at the bottom of the screen as x!

Enter the number whose factorial you want to calculate, and press F1.

The calculator cannot calculate the factorial of numbers larger than 69.

Note: If you have to calculate permutations and combinations, do not use the definition in terms of factorials. Rather, use nPr for permutations and nCr for combinations.

Feb 06, 2012 | Casio FX9750GII Graphic Calculator

nCr is Combination. It calculates the number of ways you can choose r items out of n. For example, 52C5 is the number of possible five-card poker hands you can deal out of a deck of 52 cards.

nPr is Permutation. It calculates the number of ways you can choose r items out of n if the order of selection matters.

nPr is Permutation. It calculates the number of ways you can choose r items out of n if the order of selection matters.

Dec 13, 2010 | Sharp ELW516 Scientific Calculator

The permutations function (nPr) is the shifted function of the multiply key.

For example, to find the number of permutations of 10 items taken 4 at a time, press

1 0 SHIFT [nPr] 4 =

For example, to find the number of permutations of 10 items taken 4 at a time, press

1 0 SHIFT [nPr] 4 =

Oct 31, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Hello,

Use the sequence [2ndF][nPr] for permutations and [2ndF][nCr] for combinations.

Exemples: 10(nPr)3 is entered as 10[2ndF][nPr]3 [=] gives 720

5(nCr)2 is entered as 5 [2ndF][nCr] 2 [=] gives 10

Hope it helps.

Use the sequence [2ndF][nPr] for permutations and [2ndF][nCr] for combinations.

Exemples: 10(nPr)3 is entered as 10[2ndF][nPr]3 [=] gives 720

5(nCr)2 is entered as 5 [2ndF][nCr] 2 [=] gives 10

Hope it helps.

Apr 09, 2009 | Sharp EL-531VB Calculator

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

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