**Notes on Combinatorics**

by Peter J. Cameron

**Publisher**: Queen Mary, University of London 2007**Number of pages**: 130

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Contents: Subsets and binomial coefficients; Selections and arrangements; Power series; Recurrence relations; Partitions and permutations; The Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion; Families of sets; Systems of distinct representatives; Latin squares; Steiner triple systems.

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