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Ms. Wong is redecorating her office. She has a choice of 7 colors of paint, 4 kinds of curtains, 3 colors of carpet, and 2 styles of furniture. How many different ways are there to redecorate if she chooses two different colors of paint, one kind of curtain, one color of carpet, and one style of furniture? A. 168 ways B. 1,008 ways C. 1,176 ways D. 23 way
Weegy: by using fundamental counting priciples at the paint there is 42 ways in 4 in curtain 3 in carpet and 2 in furniture we weill multiply it 42 X 4 X 3 X 2 = 1008 ways User: In how many ways could you choose two different letters from the letters C, O, U, N, T? A. 60 ways B. 20 ways C. 120 ways D. 10 ways Weegy: just collect the letters in order Find all the combos with cs, then all the remaining combos with os and so on CO, CU, CN, CT OU ON OT UN UT NT there are 10 combinations there, so there is your answer. (More)
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Use the Counting Principle to find the probability. choosing the 8 winning lottery numbers when the numbers are chosen at random from 0 to 9
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Jason and Kyle both choose a number from 1 to 10 at random. What is the probability that both numbers are odd?
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