Q: How much is 1 r?

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1 R 4

9 R 1

You would take the following steps for G = A / (1-R):G = A / (1-R)Multiply by (1-R):G * (1-R) = ADivide by G:(1-R) = A/G1-R = A/GSubtract 1:-R = (A/G) - 1Divide By -1:R = -((A/G) - 1)Check Work:Original Problem:A = 12; R = 5G = 12 / (1-5)G = -3Solving For R:R = -((12/-3)-1)R = 5Therefore, R= -((A/G)-1)

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nCr + nCr-1 = n!/[r!(n-r)!] + n!/[(r-1)!(n-r+1)!] = n!/[(r-1)!(n-r)!]*{1/r + 1/n-r+1} = n!/[(r-1)!(n-r)!]*{[(n-r+1) + r]/[r*(n-r+1)]} = n!/[(r-1)!(n-r)!]*{(n+1)/r*(n-r+1)]} = (n+1)!/[r!(n+1-r)!] = n+1Cr

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