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NOTES, TESTS AND HOMEWORKS FROM PROOFS I
Please read the notes from class on binomial coeffiecients and answer question at end.
The formula nCk + nC(k-1) = (n+1)Ck will be useful in doing this.
On wednesday we talked about statements that look paradoxical (self-contradictory), statements that are actually paradoxes
and Russell's paradox.
We also saw a proof of the fact that the number of subsets of a set of n elements equals 2^n using the binomial formula.
Please review the binomial formula before coming to class next wednesday.