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Combinatorial Calculator | ||
Combinatorial calculator solves combinatorial problems involving selecting a group of items. You can select the total number of items N and the number of items that is selected M, choose if the order of selection matters and if an item could be selected more when once and press compute button. Combinatorial calculator will compute the number of ways M could be selected from N given the inputs. Please also take a look at examples of the combinatorial problems below.
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Combinatorial examples | ||
Example 1: How many ways there are to place 7 balls in 3 boxes? Example 2: Eggs are drawn from a basket with 20 eggs and placed into a bowl. How many different bowls with 6 eggs could exist? Example 3: 7 balls are drawn from a basket with 50 balls and placed in order of selection on the table. How many different ball orderings exist? Example 4: How many ways there are for 5 students to register for one of 6 classes? (more than one student can register for each class) Example 5: How many ways there are to select 10 coins from a pile with 1c, 5c, 10c and 25c coins? (consider all coins of the same value equivalent) | ||
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