I second that and add that unless you have already made a substantial start on these, I doubt that you can finish by tomorrow night.
Moreover, your school's instructions do not allow for written collaborations.
We will do no more than give you some direction on what you post.
Assignment policy states you may collaborate at the level of discussion only.
Sounds like you need to speak with your instructor about your inability to even attempt this assignment and see what options are available to satisfactorily complete the course.
FYI, this is not a pay-for-completion site.
There are no prices. We cannot accept payments. That is my point. We are not a homework service. If you want someone to do your homework for you, you should search for a homework service. You can pay them and they will do you homework for you. I have no idea where you would find something like that.
Even I dont know about that payment thing you asked how much are you paying so I was going through this page as I didnt register here for homework prices thing I just want a guideline to solve last 4 assignment questions with anyones advise about the steps so I can reach the answer by my own.
If there would have been any payment instructions for the help I would deactivate the account here
For (5), use the Sum Rule to determine N. You have $n-2$ elements, and you want to know how many $k$-element subsets there are. That's not even a summation. It's more of a definition.
Next, it tells you to use the compliment rule. So, start will the total number of $k$-element subsets. Subtract off the number of subsets that include the number 1, but not the number 2. Then subtract off the subsets that include the number 2, but not the number 1. Subtract off the number of subsets that include both the numbers 1 and 2.
Finally, set the two results equal and solve for $\dbinom{n}{k}$.
For 6, use the hint they give.
For 7, follow the instructions. They practically lead you by the hand step-by-step.
Same for questions 8 and 9. Honestly, without an understanding of why these problems are tricky for you, I find it hard to offer any constructive help.
Anyways I'll figure out how to do the last 4 questions ....Thank you for your time
I could have posted the solutions to my first 4 questions but as its public forum so if anyone saw my solutions so they or I could be plagiarised
No, there is no "payment", that was sarcasm. However, you should not just post a problem without showing what you have done on it or at least telling what you do understand on a problem, what you have been able to do and where you are stuck. If you really have been given a homework problem on which you have no idea even how to start, you need to talk to your teacher.
Oh I see I was posting first time for the advice so I didnt know I had to provide full details about what I have solved and what advise I want...I'll keep that in mind for further help and as I have done half of the assignment so just needed advise about some easy tips to start the other ones. Ive never had problems with previous assignments in acedemic career only this one was little confusing so just want to make sure Im on right path of solving the last ones as well