# How do you find the value of 10c3?

## How do you find the value of 10c3?

Hear this out loudPause10 CHOOSE 3 = 120 possible combinations. 120 is the total number of all possible combinations for choosing 3 elements at a time from 10 distinct elements without considering the order of elements in statistics & probability surveys or experiments.

**What does 10c3 mean in math?**

Hear this out loudPauseThis is Combination notation, but without the subscripts.) Even if the number is >= 1000, do NOT type commas. Follow 1.

**What is the value of 10 C 3?**

Hear this out loudPause10-3)!= 120 nCr =n!/r!(

### What is the value of 12 C 8?

Hear this out loudPause12C8=12×11×10×9×8!

**What is the value of 4C3?**

Combinatorics and Pascal’s Triangle

2C0 = 1 | 2C2 = 1 | |

3C0 = 1 | 3C2 = 3 | |

4C0 = 1 | 4C1 = 4 | 4C3 = 4 |

5C1 = 5 | 5C3 = 10 |

**What is 11c4?**

Hear this out loudPause11 CHOOSE 4 = 330 possible combinations. 330 is the total number of all possible combinations for choosing 4 elements at a time from 11 distinct elements without considering the order of elements in statistics & probability surveys or experiments.

#### What is the value of c 3 3?

What is 3 CHOOSE 3 or Value of 3C3?

n CHOOSE k | nCk | Combinations |
---|---|---|

3 CHOOSE 3 | 3C3 | |

3 CHOOSE 3 | 3C3 | |

4 CHOOSE 2 | 4C2 | 6 |

4 CHOOSE 3 | 4C3 | 4 |

**What is the value of 5C1?**

**What is the value of 4c4?**

Hear this out loudPauseTherefore, the value of 4C2 is 6.

## What is the value of 11C8?

165 is the total number of all possible combinations for choosing 8 elements at a time from 11 distinct elements without considering the order of elements in statistics & probability surveys or experiments….What is 11 CHOOSE 8 or Value of 11C8?

n CHOOSE k | nCk | Combinations |
---|---|---|

11 CHOOSE 8 | 11C8 | 165 |

11 CHOOSE 8 | 11C8 | 165 |

**What is r in combination formula?**

Hear this out loudPauseAnswer: Insert the given numbers into the combinations equation and solve. “n” is the number of items that are in the set (4 in this example); “r” is the number of items you’re choosing (2 in this example):