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To find the probability of two independent events occurring, you must
1. Multiply the elements together
2. Determine the number of elements, then multiply
3. Find the probability of each element, then multiply
4. Divide the number of favorable outcomes by the number of total outcomes
To find the total number of arrangements in a combination you must
1. Multiply the elements together
2. Determine the number of elements, then multiply
3. Find the probability of each element, then multiply
4. Divide the number of favorable outcomes by the number of total outcomes
How do you find the total number of arrangements in a permutation?
1. Multiply the elements together
2. Determine the number of elements, then multiply
3. Find the probability of each element, then multiply
4. Divide the number of favorable outcomes by the number of total outcomes
Simplify the following expression: $((n+1)!)/((n-1)!)$
1. $n$
2. $n(n+1)$
3. $1$
4. $(n+1)$