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No, I am hoping to get a good sleep instead.

What is your favorite question of the type 'What is your favorite x'?

Kaboobly Doo, guys

What is wrong with my quote?

I can't get it to work

Copied where?

What is your GF?

bobbym wrote:

Examine and multiply by the correct constant the coefficient of x^4.

Permutations[{k, k, k, k, k, c, c, c, c, t, t, t}, {4}]//Length

Does that GF work?

Which is alpha, beta and theta?

Can I have a diagram, niharika?

What is p5 and how are you doing?

Me neither!

I do not understand the gf

I do not know how a CAS finds the coefficient of the terms.

I understand the rest. I hope I will be able to explain it to Sa tommorrow.

It is 18 but what is wrong with post 45?

What does the regex mean?

Oh, sorry. Now I multiply 4! In the denominator to get all the possible arrangements and divide by 2! Because there is one repeatition.

Please explain me the two pairs.

binomial(3,2) or simply 3

A pair of kabooblydoos, a pair of transparent soaps and a pair of carrots.

Yes, but how did you get that expression?

Would you please explain the casework? I do not get what you mean by 1 pair and etc

Would you please explain the casework? I do not get what you mean by 1 pair and etc

I have never seen you talking about Tucker and gfology is very hard unless I have a good foundation of gf's.

Okay, teach me.

How can I take those courses?

That will take too much time.

How do I get the coefficient of x^4 from that gf without using a CAS?