In this lesson on combinations and permutations, the instructor delves into the basics of counting principles in discrete math. They introduce the multiplication principle, addition principle, and the complement principle as the go-to bag of tricks for counting. The instructor provides examples and shows how these principles can be used in various counting problems. They also touch on the connection between counting and probability, making the lesson useful for both math and science students.
Learn about the two most basic counting principles in discrete math, permutations and combinations, how they differ, and how to use them to count.
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