By the way:

bobbym wrote:

]]>My solution consists of using geogebra with an increment of .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 at this small increment quantum math takes over and even though that is over 10^43 points it is done instantaneously. Then I put the 10^43 values into the spreadsheet and curve fit. Because in quantum math 10^43 equals infinity the fit was exact. Got the same answer you did.

1) Come up with a method of permutation generation that does not generate them all, just the ones we need.

2) Compile the function or write part of it in some other language.

3) Use the first couple of values to figure out an analytical answer or an asymptotic one.

]]>The program is not fast enough for the last couple.

]]>Try P(team 1 picks 11th).

]]>What the heck is quantum math?

]]>Hey, I just remembered. It's been a long time since we last used quantum math! Maybe we should try that?

]]>Combinatorial explosion - it is nasty. I will do one.

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