[wrong] [ot] crazy journal
gmkarl at gmail.com
Sun May 30 14:14:13 PDT 2021
The question is whether we want how many ordered lists or how many
unordered sets maybe?
Combinations got involved for picking which decisions will be used. Now we
want to know which items the decisions pick. The decisions are already
made in the same order.
Since they are all made in the same order, picking things in a different
order is diffetent. I think we want permutations here, because each
ordering is a diffetent set of events.
So it's an exponent, times some combinations, times some smaller
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