Fundamental Counting Principle

May 26th, 2015
Anonymous
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Mathematics
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Rayna and her husband have 8 nieces, 9 nephews, 6 cousins, 3 aunts, and 5 uncles.

a) How could you use the Fundamental Counting Principle to find how many ways Rayna could choose a team to play charades if she wants one of each type of relative on the team?

b) How many ways could just the nieces stand in line to play limbo?

c) How many ways could Rayna choose a team to play cards if she wants one of each nephew, niece, and cousin on the team?


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