### Home > CCA2 > Chapter 12 > Lesson 12.2.2 > Problem 12-124

12-124.

Here is another way to think about the question: “*What is *”

How many ways are there to choose all five items from a group of five items? What happens when you substitute into the factorial formula to compute

Since you know (logically) what the result has to be, use this to explain what must be equal to. On the other hand, how many ways are there to choose

*nothing*from a group of five items? And what happens when you try to use the factorial formula to computeSee part (a).