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GCSE Maths Project – “Emma’s Dilemma”
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- Submitted: 11/07/2002
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Murray Goodwin GCSE Maths Project - "Emma's Dilemma"
Ways of arranging EMMA's name:
For each new beginning letter, there are 3 different possible combinations.
There are a total of 12 possible different combinations.
Ways of arranging LUCY's name:
For each new beginning letter, there are 6 different possible combinations.
There are a total of 24 possible different combinations.
Summary of Parts 1 and 2:
EMMA and LUCY both have the same number of letters in their names, however LUCY has twice as many different letter combinations. This is because EMMA's name has a repeating letter (in this case the letter "M" is repeated) whereas the letters in LUCY's name are all different.
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