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by Matt@VeritasPrep » Thu Sep 01, 2016 6:08 pm
Just realized there's a blunderous typo in my post:
There are 32 subsets of {s, u, t, w, x}: for each subset, we have two choices

is technically correct, I suppose, but not in the sense I intended. I meant to say
There are 32 subsets of {s, u, t, w, x}: for each element in the set, we have two choices
My bad if that confused anybody, I know this is hard enough to follow as is!

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