Multiplication principle - math word problems
Number of problems found: 170
How many different ways can three people divide 7 pears and 5 apples?
- Possible combinations - word
How many ways can the letters F, A, I, R be arranged?
How many three-digit natural numbers are divisible by 25?
How many ways can we thread 4 red, 5 blue, and 6 yellow beads onto a thread?
- Cube construction
A 2×2×2 cube is to be constructed using 4 white and 4 black unit cube. How many different cubes can be constructed in this way? ( Two cubes are not different if one can be obtained by rotating the other. )
- Boys and girls
There are 20 boys and 10 girls in the class. How many different dance pairs can we make of them?
- Two groups
The group of 10 girls should be divided into two groups with at least 4 girls in each group. How many ways can this be done?
- Graduation party
There are 15 boys and 12 girls at the graduation party. Determine how many four couples can be selected.
- Dice and coin
A number cube is rolled and a coin is tossed. The number cube and the coin are fair. What is the probability that the number rolled is greater than 2 and the coin toss is head?
- One three
We throw two dice. What is the probability that max one three falls?
- Telephone numbers
How many 7-digit telephone numbers can we put together so that each number consists of different digits?
- Holidays with grandmam
We have packed three T-shirts - white, red, orange and five pants - blue, green, black, pink and yellow. How many days can we spend with the old mother if we put on a different combination of clothes every day?
How many odd four-digit numbers can we create from digits: 0, 3,5,6,7?
- Bookshelf and books
How many ways can we place 7 books in a bookshelf?
On the menu are 12 kinds of meal. How many ways can we choose four different meals into the daily menu?
- A jackpot
How many times must I play this jackpot to win? A jackpot of seven games having (1 X 2), i. E. , home win or away win.
- Three-digit integers
How many three-digit natural numbers exist that do not contain zero and are divisible by five?
Of the 26 pupils in the classroom, 12 boys and 14 girls, four representatives are picked to the odds of being: a) all the girls b) three girls and one boy c) there will be at least two boys
- Three workplaces
How many ways can we divide nine workers into three workplaces if they need four workers in the first workplace, 3 in the second workplace and 2 in the third?
- Boys and girls
There are 11 boys and 18 girls in the classroom. Three pupils will answer. What is the probability that two boys will be among them?