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I will follow her.

Where is it?

4 down from the top and 2 on the side.

The answer is 6 and I was marked wrong!

They have now marked my original answer correct and upgraded the value of the question to 100 pts.

You are welcome.

Let me check mine. I am getting 11628 again.

Let me check mine.

Hi Bob;

There are arrangements missing from your set.

G3 G2 G1 C3 C2 C1 and its permutations of the last 3 elements.

I used Mathematica to do the counting for one way and used a generating function for another way.

That is the answer. I did not see that and assumed a function limit.

So why choose n as an integer?

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Yes, that is true but notice that you also made the decision to treat n as an integer. If you did not then the limit would not exist.

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If all you need is the quadratic equation solved then:

d = 1.622498999199199 round to the nearest penny we get 1.62 which is close to the current conversion.

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Okay, thanks for the help.

Okay, when you get it. Thanks for doing it.

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But this is not a continuous function. It says a sequence limit, implying a discrete function. I am not trying to be a nit, the experts agree with your answer. I am just trying to see if I can understand the question like you do. Thanks.

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Are you sure you are allowed to take the limit inside the sin() like that?

Hi Bob;

Please write out all the solutions if you can.

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I would say that limit does not exist.