**Re: Exactly! And here is another vital consideration that is missed** by *Antic_Rhino* ..... News Forum

**Date:** 11/2/2007 2:02:59 AM ( 15 years ago ago)

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*The number of interactions to test for would be more feasible!*

I take it you slept through the "Combinations and Permutations" lessons in class?

The number is a sum series of C(n,r)=(n!)/(r!)(n-r)!, for r= 1,2,3...n)

So lets reduce the number of chemicals by 100 fold, for a modest number of 100

Sigma [C(n,r)]= is a smaller number: This one

875392129773757711729413532523853339130657009459068887362265881604301254\

130802010397378335420876735321812070775662187818117978080440498885382238782580\

536607758690725919018472635837531818047025348909517672138895950462748092857155\

996629858226538417256490130953708245316437969830740314396080072321813681754979\

17074701

= 8.7 X 10^254

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