Calculating Combinations…

Sometimes math is easier by brute force and ignorance…

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A fun problem…

My boss set up a fun yet practical problem for the lab yesterday.

A chemist in our lab had just received eight new chemicals. They are synthetic nucleotides, but the name and nature of the chemicals are not relevant to the problem. We can call them…

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