What does it mean

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when you have two numbers that look almost like a fraction (except without the line in the middle), surrounded by parentheses?
 

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LCKurtz
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when you have two numbers that look almost like a fraction (except without the line in the middle), surrounded by parentheses?

You may be describing a binomial coefficient:

[tex]\binom n k = \frac {n!}{k!(n-k)!}[/tex]
 
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phyzmatix
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Damnit! I was too slow (took me a while to remember the English)! :biggrin:

Anyway...here it is Binomial Coefficient
 
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moonman239
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Resolved, thanks y'all.
 
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The Chaz
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Legend! Didn't know about this. Thanks!

It's on my bookmarks toolbar!
 

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