Class 11

Math

JEE Main Questions

Permutations and Combinations

Find the value of n such that (i) $_{n}P_{5}=42_{n}P_{3},n>4$ (ii) $_{(n−1)}P_{4}_{n}P_{4} =35 ,n>4$

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