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# Assigning grades

Possible grades for a class are A, B, C, D and F.

How many ways r there to assign grades to a class of 7 students, if no body receives an F and exactly one person receives an A

How many ways r there to assign grades to a class of 7 students, if no body receives an F and exactly one person receives an A

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Its not a homework. I try it bymyself first than ask a question for suggestion

And the most distinguishing part for the graded students: The ORDERING of the students having Grade A is not defined in any manner.

COMBINATION! (No Repetition Type)

This is certainly a permutation problem:

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But the answer is

Try to think logically, and restate the problem:

How many ways are there to distribute one A among seven students?

How many ways are there to distribute B's, C's, and D's to the other six?

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But the answer is

**NOT**going to be in the form P(m, n).Try to think logically, and restate the problem:

How many ways are there to distribute one A among seven students?

How many ways are there to distribute B's, C's, and D's to the other six?

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