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Sections, concepts, and problems
Section 1. Getting from Point A to Point B.
Combinations, Pascal's triangle, the Binomial Theorem, and some
Section 2. Set The Fundamental Principle of Counting.
The fundamental counting principle, permutations of n objects
taken k at a time, and a bunch of examples.
Section 3. A Formula for the Binomial Coefficients.
Just like it says.
Section 4. Combinatorics with Indistinguishable Objects.
How to count ordered and unordered arrangements if some of the objects
look the same as some others.
Section 5. Probability.
The notion of basic discrete probability and some examples.