Hey icelated.
Hint: 3C0 is not 0: it's 1 since 3!/(0!*3!) = 1.
Okay, so my book is horrible and it doesnt explain things very well and i cant seem to find my answer anywhere online.
I wont write out the example in the book since i think its irrelevant and way to long. I am struggling with the notation and how they get the answer.
I m very confused on how they got the answer.
I think the (3 0 ) = 0?
Can someone please explain and
work this out because i am completely lost and i am sure its easy.
I am wiling to look at a webpage if i knew what to look up.
Thank you