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Definition "n choose k"
How do you define "n choose k" for k > n?
I learned in all my courses that this expression is not defined, but since I lost points in the questions 7 and 10, I think you are following another definition in this case. 
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Re: Definition "n choose k"
It is defined as zero based on the combinatorial interpretation "the number of ways you can choose objects from distinct objects," which is none if .
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