A student is classifying the following contexts as either permutations or combinations. Entering a 5-digit PIN code using at least \( 3 \) different digits for a bank card. Choosing \( 4 \) people to work on a group project with her. Deciding on \( 3 \) different colours of sprinkles to top her ice cream sundae. Finding how many 10-digit telephone numbers start with \( 403 .\) 1. Permutation 2. Combination
The first three terms of a sequence are given. Round to the nearest thousandth (if necessary).
\( 8,40,200 , \ldots \)
Find the \( 10 \) th term.
(1) q) Put \( S \) above any dash that represents subtraction, \( N \) above any dash that represents negative and \( O \) above any dash that represents opposite. NOTE: You only need to give one answer if more than one answer is possible for a dash.
\( - ( 2 - ( - 3 ) ) - ( - 4 + ( - 2 ) ) + 4 ( - 5 ) + ( - ( - 3 ) )\)