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Ed’s three clean shirts are white, blue, and yellow. He has two pairs of pants, one black and one gray. Considering only these articles of clothing, how many different ways can Ed dress?

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Ed’s three clean shirts are white, blue, and yellow. He has two pairs of pants, one black and one gray. Considering only these articles of clothing, how many different ways can Ed dress?

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Ed’s three clean shirts are white, blue, and yellow. He has two pairs of pants, one black and one gray. Considering only these articles of clothing, how many different ways can Ed dress?

**Ed can dress 6 different ways because 6 = 3 ! 2.
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Multiplication Principle If one operation can be performed in r different ways and another operation can be performed in s different ways, then the number of different ways in which the two combined operations can be performed is r ! s.

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Multiplication Principle In purchasing a car, Kim is choosing between 5 different models. In addition there are 4 banks that are willing to finance the purchase, and 4 insurance companies that offer insurance. If she chooses to purchase a car, finance it through one of the banks, and insure it with one of the insurance companies, how many different ways are there in which she might do all these things?

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Multiplication Principle In purchasing a car, Kim is choosing between 5 different models. In addition there are 4 banks that are willing to finance the purchase, and 4 insurance companies that offer insurance. If she chooses to purchase a car, finance it through one of the banks, and insure it with one of the insurance companies, how many different ways are there in which she might do all these things? Answer: 5 ! 4 ! 4 = 80

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Tree Diagrams

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Tree Diagrams

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The Reds and the Cubs have a series of three baseball games coming up. Draw a tree diagram to show all the possible ways that the series can go.

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The Reds and the Cubs have a series of three baseball games coming up. Draw a tree diagram to show all the possible ways that the series can go. R R C R C C R R C R C C

R

C

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The Reds and the Cubs have a series of three baseball games coming up. Draw a tree diagram to show all the possible ways that the series can go. R R C R C C R R C R C C

R

C 2!2!2=8

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Kim and Susan are going to play a tennis match. The winner of the match will be the first person to win two sets. Draw a tree diagram to represent all the possible outcomes for the tennis match.

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Kim and Susan are going to play a tennis match. The winner of the match will be the first person to win two sets. Draw a tree diagram to represent all the possible outcomes for the tennis match. K K S S K K S S

K

S

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Diners at Brothers Pizza Restaurant may select their pizzas from 3 varieties of crust, 2 varieties of sauces, and 15 varieties of toppings. How many pizzas are possible consisting of crust, sauce, and one topping?

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Diners at Brothers may select their pizzas from 3 varieties of crust, 2 varieties of sauces, and 15 varieties of toppings. How many pizzas are possible consisting of crust, sauce, and one topping?

Solution: 3 ! 2 ! 15 = 90

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How many 7-digit telephone numbers are possible (a)if the first digit must not be 0 or 1? (b)if the first digit can’t be 0 or 1 and the last 4 digits must all be odd digits. Solution:

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How many 7-digit telephone numbers are possible (a)if the first digit must not be 0 or 1? (b)if the first digit can’t be 0 or 1 and the last 4 digits must all be odd digits. Solution: (a)_ _ _ _ _ _ _

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How many 7-digit telephone numbers are possible (a)if the first digit must not be 0 or 1? (b)if the first digit can’t be 0 or 1 and the last 4 digits must all be odd digits. Solution: (a)_ _ _ _ _ _ _

8 ways

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How many 7-digit telephone numbers are possible (a)if the first digit must not be 0 or 1? (b)if the first digit can’t be 0 or 1 and the last 4 digits must all be odd digits. Solution: (a)_ _ _ _ _ _ _

8 ways

10 ways

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Answer = 8 ! 10

6

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How many 7-digit telephone numbers are possible (a)if the first digit must not be 0 or 1? (b)if the first digit can’t be 0 or 1 and the last 4 digits must all be odd digits. Solution: _ _ _ _ _ _ _

(b) 8 ! 10 ! 10 ! 5 ! 5 ! 5 ! 5 = 500,000

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A truck license plate consists of 2 letters of the alphabet followed by 4 digits. How many different license plates can be printed?

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A truck license plate consists of 2 letters of the alphabet followed by 4 digits. How many different license plates can be printed? Solution:

262 ! 104 = 6, 760, 000

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How many different 5-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 (a)if multiple “copies” of a digit may be used, as in the 5-digit number 37337? (b)if no digit may be used more than once? (c) How many of the possibilities you counted in part (a) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? (d)How many of the possibilities you counted in part (b) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000?

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How many different 5-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 (a)if multiple “copies” of a digit may be used, as in the 5-digit number 37337? (b)if no digit may be used more than once? (c) How many of the possibilities you counted in part (a) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? (d)How many of the possibilities you counted in part (b) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? Solution: (a)

65 = 7776

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How many different 5-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 (a)if multiple “copies” of a digit may be used, as in the 5-digit number 37337? (b)if no digit may be used more than once? (c) How many of the possibilities you counted in part (a) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? (d)How many of the possibilities you counted in part (b) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? Solution: (b)

6 ! 5 ! 4 ! 3 ! 2 = 720

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How many different 5-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 (a)if multiple “copies” of a digit may be used, as in the 5-digit number 37337? (b)if no digit may be used more than once? (c) How many of the possibilities you counted in part (a) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? (d)How many of the possibilities you counted in part (b) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? Solution: (c)

3 ! 6 ! 6 ! 6 ! 6 = 3888

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How many different 5-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 (a)if multiple “copies” of a digit may be used, as in the 5-digit number 37337? (b)if no digit may be used more than once? (c) How many of the possibilities you counted in part (a) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? (d)How many of the possibilities you counted in part (b) are 5-digit numbers less than 50,000? Solution: (d)

3 ! 5 ! 4 ! 3 ! 2 = 360

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Kathy’s grandmother took Kathy shopping and they found 3 dresses, 4 sweaters, and 2 blouses that Kathy likes. (a) If her grandmother decides to buy her one of each (one dress, one sweater, and one blouse) for her birthday, how many possibilities are there for the articles of clothing her grandmother buys? (b) If her grandmother decides to buy only one article of clothing from among the things Kathy likes, then how many choices does the grandmother have?

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Kathy’s grandmother took Kathy shopping and they found 3 dresses, 4 sweaters, and 2 blouses that Kathy likes. (a) If her grandmother decides to buy her one of each (one dress, one sweater, and one blouse) for her birthday, how many possibilities are there for the articles of clothing her grandmother buys? (b) If her grandmother decides to buy only one article of clothing from among the things Kathy likes, then how many choices does the grandmother have? Solution: (a) 3 ! 4 ! 2 = 24

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Kathy’s grandmother took Kathy shopping and they found 3 dresses, 4 sweaters, and 2 blouses that Kathy likes. (a) If her grandmother decides to buy her one of each (one dress, one sweater, and one blouse) for her birthday, how many possibilities are there for the articles of clothing her grandmother buys? (b) If her grandmother decides to buy only one article of clothing from among the things Kathy likes, then how many choices does the grandmother have? Solution: (a) 3 ! 4 ! 2 = 24 (b) 3 + 4 + 2 = 9

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