1.   An arrangement where order is not important is called a(n)
    A. factorial. B. permutation.
    C. combination. D. outcome.
    Hint

  2.   Find P(8, 5).
    A. 40 B. 336
    C. 720 D. 6720
    Hint

  3.   Suppose there are 8 runners in a race. How many ways can awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places be presented?
    A. 70 B. 24
    C. 1680 D. 40,320
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  4.   How many ways can 8 track runners be arranged on a four-person relay team?
    A. 336 B. 70
    C. 1,680 D. 40,320
    Hint

  5.   How many different ways can four CDs be chosen from a case of 10 CDs?
    A. 120,960 B. 210
    C. 5,040 D. 3,628,800
    Hint



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