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Jun 18th, 2015

A store selling school
supplies advertises a bundle
deal. The consumer can pick a
backpack, a binder, a pack of
pencils, and notebook paper
for a set price. There are 6
types of backpacks, 4 types of
binders, 5 types of pencils,
and 2 types of notebook paper.
How many outcomes are
possible in this bundle?

A store selling school supplies advertises a bundle deal. The consumer can pick a backpack, a binder, a pack of pencils, and notebook paper for a set price. There are 6 types of backpacks, 4 types of binders, 5 types of pencils, and 2 types of notebook paper. How many outcomes are possible in this bundle? this is the whole question

consumer can pick 1 backpack out of 6 types in = 6C1 ways = 6 ways consumer can pick 1 binder out of 4 types in = 4C1 ways = 4 ways consumer can pick a pack of pencils out of 5 types in = 5C1 = 5 ways consumer can pick a notebook out of 2 types in = 2C1 = 2 ways