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The Division Principle

The Division Principle

The Multiplcation Principle is suitable to count sets that are obtained through an ordered sequence of steps. When the order does not count, it cannot be directly applied since from the final outcome it may be impossible to derive the outcomes of the various steps. The Division Principle is there to help us, let’s listen to Carlo explaining how.

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Combinatorics: Strategies and Methods for Counting

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