
#1
Nov1112, 11:07 PM

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Hi guys,
I am a little confused about how to interpret the matrix included in the equation...can someone please write it in a single line not using the matrix for let's say n=3... Thanks in advance. 



#2
Nov1112, 11:09 PM

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That's not a matrix, it's a standard notation for a binomial coefficient:
$$\left(\begin{array}{c}{n \\ k}\end{array}\right) = _nC_k = \frac{n!}{k!(nk)!}$$ 



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Nov1112, 11:10 PM

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#4
Nov1112, 11:12 PM

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How to read/interpret this equation
Thanks so much Mr. Mute..Mr. Mentallic, I thought (n k) is a matrix not tau...sorry...
Thanks so much for the replies....have a good day guys... 


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