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Fundamental Counting Principle _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name: ___________________________________ Period: ______ Use the fundamental counting principle to find the total number of outcomes in each situation. 1. tossing a quarter, a dime, and a nickel 2. choosing scrambled, sunny-side up, or poached eggs with bacon or sausage and milk, orange juice, or apple juice 3. choosing a card from 20 different cards and spinner a spinner with three equal sections 4. CLOTHES Beth has 3 sweaters, 4 blouses, and 6 skirts that coordinate. Find the number of different outfits consisting of a sweater, blouse, and skirt that are possible. Then find the probability of randomly selecting a particular sweater- blouse-skirt outfit. 5. Choosing a bagel with one type of cream cheese from the list shown in the table. Bagels Cream Cheese Plain Plain Blueberry Chive Cinnamon raisin Sun-dried tomato Garlic 6. choosing a number from 1 to 20 and a color from 7 colors. 7. picking a month of the year and a day of the week 8. choosing from a comedy, horror, or action movie each shown in four theaters 9. rolling a number cube and tossing two coins 10. choosing iced tea in regular, raspberry, lemon, or peach flavors, sweetened or unsweetened, and in a glass or a plastic container 11. A bakery offers white, chocolate, or yellow cakes with white or chocolate icing. There are also24 designs that can be applied to a cake. If all orders are equally likely, what is the probability that a customer will order a white cake with white icing in one of these designs? 12. WritePen makes 8 different styles of pens in several colors with 2 types of grips. If the company makes 112 kinds of pens, how many different colors do they make? F 7 H 16 G 8 J 1,792 Fundamental Counting Principle _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 13. SCHOOL Horacio can choose from 2 geography, 3 history, and 2 statistics classes. Find the sample space for all possible schedules. PROBABILITY Find the probability that a spinner with 12 sections numbered 1 to 12 till stop on each of the following. Write as a fraction in simplest form. 14. an even number 15. a multiple of 4 Order each set of numbers from least to greatest. 16. 27% 1/5 0.22 20.1 17. 19/20 88% 0.85 ¾ Multiply. 18. 3 * 2 * 1 19. 9 * 8 * 7 20. 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 21. 7 * 6 * 5 * 4
"Fundamental Counting Principle"