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1. A set consisting of one marker and one pencil.
2. A set consisting of two markers and one pencil.

Different Sets of Writing Utensils You Can Make

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Question: suppose the markers are identical, and the pencils are identical. how many different sets of writing utensils can you make that have at least one writing utensil. describe at least two different kinds of sets.

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Assuming we're dealing with only two types of writing utensils: markers and pencils, the possible sets of writing utensils (with at least one writing utensil) are virtually infinite because there's no stated limit on the number of markers or pencils one can have in a set. Here are some basic examples of the different kinds of sets: 1. Sets with only markers: Since markers are identical, the uniqueness of a set will be defined by the quantity of markers. For example, a set with one marker would be considered different from a set with two markers, and so on. 2. Sets with only pencils: Similarly, the sets will only differ through the quantity of pencils. One pencil makes a different set than two pencils, and onward. 3. Sets with both markers and pencils: These sets can be unique through any combination of markers and pencils. For example, a set with one marker and one pencil is different from a set with two markers and one pencil, or one marker and two pencils, and so on. Remember, all these variations are considering minimum one writing utensil in a set.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 15, 2023, 11:07 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, November 15, 2023

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