Monthly Archives: August 2011

How To Create And Access A Table Based Upon The Binomial Coefficient

Introduction The binomial coefficient is defined as the number of ways of uniquely picking n items in groups of k.  This is also known as n choose k.  For example, 4 choose 3 yields 4 unique sets of 3 items … Continue reading

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