Permutations, Combinations and Probability – InsideIIM Virtual Class with CPLC’s Parag Chitale

The topic Permutations,Combinations and Probability has been explained with great simplicity below. Anyone who goes through this virtual class will easily be equipped to handle most problems of this type.  It has been broken down in 3 Videos below.

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Part I : Introduction to Permutation & Combination and Probability and Fundamentals

 
Prof.Chitale introduces P&C and Probability and teaches basic concepts in the above video.

Part II : Selection and Arrangement

 Prof.Chitale extends the fundamental concepts of counting from Part I to look at special situations when selections and arrangements have to be made.

Part III : Conditional Probability and Summary

In this final part, Prof.Chitale explores conditional probability and also answers the question posed in Part I.

Whether it is CAT or GMAT, this series on InsideIIM is comprehensive and covers the fundamentals of all possible problems under the Quantitative Aptitude area. You can watch the entire course here.

 

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Divnoor Kaur

Sir, I’m not able to solve the following questions. Please help.
1.Find the number of numbers lying between 3000 and 8000(including 3000 and 8000)which have at least two digits equal.
2.There are 6 Tasks and 6 Persons. Task 1 cannot be assigned to either person 1 or to person 2, task2 must be assigned to either person 3 or 4. Every person is to be assigned one task. In how many ways can the assignment be done?
3.Let S be the set of 5 digit number formed by the digits 1,2,3,4 and 5 using each digit exactly once, such that exactly two odd positions are occupied by odd digits. What is the sum of the digits in the rightmost position of the numbers in S.?