a) An organization has people, and of the people are running for president. Each of the people votes for one of the candidates. How many different vote totals are possible?
b) An organization has people, and of the people are running for president. Each of the people either votes for one of the candidates, or can abstain from voting. How many different vote totals are possible?
I already posted an answer on this and there are previous questions asking this. Not sure if they've gone through moderation though.
Could you please post the link? Thank you so much! I really appreciate it!
so here's the link to my solution for part B:
I don't really know why, but the forum keeps flagging my solution to part a for moderation(even when I post it in snippets) so I'll have to wait on that. In the meantime, you could look at how I solved part B(which in my opinion is harder than part A!). Using that, try solving Part A yourself!
What formula did you use for part B? I mean the part where you add 5-1? Also, I'm not sure of how to do part A.