Lesson: Fundamental Counting Principle Mathematics • 12th Grade
In this lesson, we will learn how to find the number of all possible outcomes in a sample space using the fundamental counting principle.
An ice cream store offers 3 different cup sizes and 14 flavors. How many ways are there to buy a single flavor of ice cream?
Suppose 4 fair coins are tossed at the same time that these two spinners are spun. Using the fundamental counting principle, find the total number of possible outcomes.
Michel, Kayla, and ChiWei are playing a game, where one of them needs to be a sheriff and one needs to be an outlaw. They write each of their names on a piece of paper and place them in a bowl. If two names are picked at random where the first will be a sheriff and the second will be an outlaw how many different ways are there?