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In this lesson, we will learn how to find the number of all possible outcomes in a sample space using the Fundamental Counting Principle.
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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?
A code breaker is trying to find the value of an eight digit number. The figure below shows the digits that he has already discovered. He has narrowed down his options for the digit represented by the letter to the following set of numbers . Given that he currently knows nothing about the other digits, how many possible numbers does he have left to try?
A construction company currently has three active sites. There are 20 different ways to drive from site to site . There are 16 ways to drive from site to site . In how many ways can we drive from site to site visiting site on the way?