[wrong] [ot] crazy journal

Karl gmkarl at gmail.com
Sun May 30 14:37:00 PDT 2021

Okay.  Permutations with replacement are indeed just n^r which I have in my
mind already a little bit.

So if we have a popbinheight bin we were only picking from, in a set of
ordered decisions, what are we doing?

In the first decision, we can pick from popbinheight options.  Same in the
The total number of outcomes is then each subset of outcomes, for each
excluded one.
That's popbinheight^sampbinheight, permutations with replacement, I think.

So, we might have a big exponent, times combinations, times a small

The needed scale factors appear to all be present, which is heartening.  Is
the combinations still looking ok, now that the system is describsd
differently?  What is the whole expression?

Remember to simulate to find more mistakes.
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