Multiplication principle + factorial - math problems
Number of problems found: 35
- Possible combinations - word
How many ways can the letters F, A, I, R be arranged?
What is the probability that a random word composed of chars E, Y, G, E, R, O, M, T will be the GEOMETRY?
- Playing cards
How many possible ways are to shuffle 7 playing cards?
In how many ways can 9 shuttle vans line up at the airport?
How many ways can we thread 4 red, 5 blue, and 6 yellow beads onto a thread?
How many ways can you place 20 pupils in a row when starting on practice?
How many ways are there to arrange 6 books on a shelf?
- Bookshelf and books
How many ways can we place 7 books in a bookshelf?
How many ways can be rewarded 9 participants with the first, second and third prize in a sports competition?
How many ways can 6 people sit on 6 numbered chairs (e. g. , seat reservation on the train)?
How many ways can 9 guests sit down on 10 seats standing in a row?
How many 3 letter "words" are possible using 14 letters of the alphabet? a) n - without repetition b) m - with repetition
How many different 3 digit natural numbers in which no digit is repeated, can be composed from digits 0,1,2?
How many different ways can sit 8 boys and 3 girls in line if girls want to sit on the edge?
- Combinations of sweaters
I have 4 sweaters two are white, 1 red and 1 green. How many ways can this done?
- Coffe cups
We have 4 cups with 4 different patterns. How many possible combinations can we create from 4 cups?
- Hockey players
After we cycle, five hockey players sit down. What is the probability that the two best scorers of this crew will sit next to each other?
- Boys and girls
There are eight boys and nine girls in the class. There were six children on the trip from this class. What is the probability that left a) only boys b) just two boys
A class consists of 6 males and 7 females. How many committees of 7 are possible if the committee must consist of 2 males and 5 females?
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
Multiplication principle - math word problems. Factorial - math word problems.