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By L. Comtet

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Though its name, the reader won't locate during this publication a scientific account of this massive topic. definite classical elements were glided by, and the genuine identify must be "Various questions of trouble-free combina­ torial analysis". for example, we simply comment on the topic of graphs and configurations, yet there exists a truly broad and solid literature in this topic. For this we refer the reader to the bibliography on the finish of the amount. the real beginnings of combinatorial research (also known as combina­ tory research) coincide with the beginnings of likelihood idea within the seventeenth century. for roughly centuries it vanished as an self sustaining sub­ ject. however the boost of records, with an ever-increasing call for for configurations in addition to the arrival and improvement of desktops, have, past doubt, contributed to reinstating this topic after this type of lengthy interval of negligence. for a very long time the purpose of combinatorial research was once to count number the several methods of arranging gadgets lower than given situations. as a result, a number of the conventional difficulties of study or geometry that are con­ cerned at a undeniable second with finite constructions, have a combinatorial personality. this present day, combinatorial research can also be proper to difficulties of lifestyles, estimation and structuration, like every different elements of mathema­ tics, yet completely forjinite units.

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7) se sigue del principio de la k suma. 8. n+m r = n 0 m n + r 1 m n + r−1 2 m n + ··· + r−2 r m 0 es el coeficiente de xr en el desarrollo Demostraci´ on algebraica: n+m r n+m n+m de (x + y) . 8). Demostraci´ on combinatoria: Sean A = {a1 , . . , an } y B = {b1 , . . , bm } dos conjuntos de cardinales n y m respectivamente. 8) como la cantidad de subconjuntos de r elementos de la uni´ on A ∪ B. Pero cada uno de esos subconjuntos estar´ a formado por un cierto n´ umero j de elementos de A y r − j elementos de B.

1! lo cual resulta ser 151200. 5 Combinaciones Llamaremos combinaciones de m elementos a1 , a2 , . . , am tomados de n en n a los subconjuntos de n elementos del conjunto {a1 , a2 , . . , am }. Denotaon remos el n´ umero de tales combinaciones mediante el s´ımbolo m n , notaci´ introducida por Andreas von Ettingshausen en su obra Die Combinatorische Analysi (Viena, 1826). Ejemplo Las combinaciones de los cuatro elementos a, b, c, d tomadas de dos en dos son : {a, b}, {a, c}, {a, d}, {b, c}, {b, d} y {c, d}.

Si n > 1 entonces µ(d) = 0 d|n Demostraci´ on: Es claro que los u ´nicos divisores de n que hace falta considerar son el 1 y los que son producto de primos diferentes ya que los dem´ as (es decir los que sean divisibles por un cuadrado perfecto) no contribuir´ an en nada a la suma. Sean p1 , . . , pk los divisores primos de n. 1). Como una u ´ltima aplicaci´ on del principio de inclusiones y exclusiones consideremos la siguiente cuesti´ on: si se toman dos n´ umeros naturales “al azar”, ¿cu´ al es la probabilidad de que sean primos entre s´ı?.

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