The RD Sharma textbooks are based on the latest CBSE syllabus. The detailed RD Sharma class 11 solutions for the chapter Combinations is given here. The solutions are given in a step by step manner so that students understand the concepts in a better way.
A combination is a selection of all or part of objects, without regard to the order in which objects are selected. Combination can be defined as the selection of items from a collection, in a way the order of the selections does not matter.
Example: Suppose there are three balls, say a red, a blue, and a green. There will be 3 combinations of two that can be drawn from the set of balls. These are a red ball and a green ball, a red ball and a blue ball, a green ball and a blue ball. If the set has ‘n’ number of elements, then the number of combinations is:
Check the detailed RD Sharma solutions for class 11 for Chapter 17: Combinations. The detailed RD Sharma class 11 solutions are given in the following table.