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- 1 How many different ways can you select 3 students from a class of 28 students?
- 2 How many different teams of 4 students could be chosen from the 15 students?
- 3 How many people can be on an FTC team?
- 4 How many first robotics teams are there?
- 5 How many ways can a teacher give 4 different prizes to 4 of 28 students?
- 6 How many ways can 7 students come in first?
- 7 How many ways can an advisor choose 4 students?
- 8 How many ways can 2 students be chosen from 20 students?
- 9 How many ways can a group of 5 be chosen from 20?
- 10 How much does it cost to start an FTC team?
- 11 What is the difference between FRC and FTC?
- 12 How long is an FTC match?
- 13 What does the F in First Robotics stand for?
- 14 How do I join the first robotics team?
- 15 What was the first robotic?

## How many different ways can you select 3 students from a class of 28 students?

From permutations, you know that there are 19656 ways to choose and arrange 3 students from the class of 28.

## How many different teams of 4 students could be chosen from the 15 students?

How many different committees of 4 students can be chosen from a group of 15? Answer: There are possible combinations of 4 students from a set of 15. There are 1365 different committees.

## How many people can be on an FTC team?

FTC is for student teams of up to 15 students. The actual size of the team depends on the preferences of the coach.

## How many first robotics teams are there?

3,898 teams including more than 97,000 students and 29,000 mentors from 34 countries built robots.

## How many ways can a teacher give 4 different prizes to 4 of 28 students?

P=28! (28−4)! There are 491 400 ways of picking the 4 positions.

## How many ways can 7 students come in first?

= 7 ⋅6⋅5⋅4⋅3⋅2⋅1=5040. This particular problem is a permutation.

## How many ways can an advisor choose 4 students?

495 is the answer.

## How many ways can 2 students be chosen from 20 students?

Answer: There are 10*9 = 90 different ways (assuming order matters).

## How many ways can a group of 5 be chosen from 20?

5! = 15,504 ways to select a committee of 5 individuals from a group of 20.

## How much does it cost to start an FTC team?

Season team registration for North American teams is $275. International team registration varies by location. All costs for individual team members are assumed by the team as a group.

## What is the difference between FRC and FTC?

FIRST Tech Challenge is a program for 7 to 12th grades. FIRST Robotics Competiton is a program for high school. In each, the students build a robot to do certain tasks – according to the rules of the challenge that year. FTC teams are limited to 15 students.

## How long is an FTC match?

Match – A Match consists of a thirty-second Autonomous Period followed by a two-minute Driver-Controlled Period for a total time of two minutes and thirty seconds.

## What does the F in First Robotics stand for?

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology ( FIRST ) is an international youth organization that operates the FIRST Robotics Competition, FIRST LEGO League Challenge, FIRST LEGO League Explore, FIRST LEGO League Discover, and FIRST Tech Challenge competitions.

## How do I join the first robotics team?

How to Join a Robotics Team (Leagues & Competitions)

- Choose a League and an Age Division. For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) VEX Robotics.
- Find Teams Close to Your Home. FIRST Robotics Event and Team Locator. VEX Competitions & Teams Map.
- Create a Robotics Resume and Send it to Local Coaches.

## What was the first robotic?

The first commercial, digital and programmable robot was built by George Devol in 1954 and was named the Unimate. It was sold to General Motors in 1961 where it was used to lift pieces of hot metal from die casting machines at the Inland Fisher Guide Plant in the West Trenton section of Ewing Township, New Jersey.