Envelope Question: Five letters addressed to individuals 1,2,3,4 and 5 are randomly placed in five addressed envelopes, one letter in each envelope.

I’m trying to find the probability of:

  1. Exactly three letters go in the correct envelopes.
  2. Exactly two letters go in the correct envelopes
  3. No letters go in the correct envelopes

Here is my approach:

So there is clearly a total of 5! distinct ways of arranging the letters.

  1. If exactly three letters go in the correct envelopes, then there are $ 5 \choose 3$ ways of choosing the positions for the three correct envelopes, and for the remaining two letters, there are 2! ways of organizing them. Thus, probability = $ \frac{{5 \choose 3} * 2!}{5!}$ .

  2. If exactly two letters go in the correct envelopes, then there are $ 5 \choose 2$ ways of choosing the positions for the two correct envelopes, and for the remaining three letters, there are 3! ways of organizing them. Thus, probability = $ \frac{{5 \choose 2} * 3!}{5!}$ .

  3. I’m not really sure how to approach this problem.

Any input would be great.

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Five functions to get the digits of a number

I’m writing a simple function: given a number, it will return a sequence or a collection of the digits in the number (in the correct order). i.e (get-digits-fn 1234567) => (1 2 3 4 5 6 7) / [1 2 3 4 5 6 7]

Below are five attempts at the same function:

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A helper function for testing performance:

(defn quick-bench-get-digits [fn range]   (quick-bench (->> range                     (map fn)                     (map (partial apply vector))                     (into [])))) 

The perf results (output truncated to only show execution time mean):

eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-1 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 129.516521 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-2 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 128.637055 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-3 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 24.267716 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-4 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 25.083393 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-5 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 145.430443 ms 

It looks like get-digits-3 is the fastest while get-digits-4 is closely behind. (As the numbers increase, get-digits-3 outperforms get-digits-4. i.e try (range 1000000 2000000))

  1. Any way to increase performance more without leaving Clojure land?
  2. If mutability and Java inter-op is allowed, is there a way to increase performance?

p.s. functions 1 and 5 are almost identical. This was incremental exploration.

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