Restoring Order to Permutations and Combinations

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Use the fundamental counting principle to crosscut and unify various counting concepts. In all probability, your students will have fewer problems with mathematics.

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Patrick M. Kimani, pkimani@fullerton.edu, is an assistant professor at california State university at Fullerton. he is interested in students' perceptions of the connections among the concepts taught in grades K-16.

Renamarie T. Gibbs, rena_gibbs@cesd.us, is a professional development coordinator in orange county, california. She is interested in building teachers' capacity to teach for conceptual understanding through the use of manipulatives and representations. Sarah M. anderson, sanderson@msd.k12.ca.us, is a sixthgrade teacher in Anaheim, california. She is interested in providing students with multiple access points to the curriculum to ensure that all students succeed in mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Kimani pkimani@fullerton.edu)
(Corresponding author is Gibbs rena_gibbs@cesd.us)
(Corresponding author is anderson sanderson@msd.k12.ca.us)
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