for part g I don't understand why the only possibilities is P(5n5'n5) and (5'n5n5) can't we have P(5n1n5) or p(1n5n5) as well? or does the P(5') cover this?
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- 13-05-2013 12:17
- 13-05-2013 12:26
P(5n5'n5) basically means P(5n1n5)+P(5n3n5)