MAT 142 3.2 The Fundamental Counting Principle


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1. The Belching Dragon has a family style menu. The menu is a follows: How many different meals can be made from this menu?

2. Using the digits 0 9, find out how many 4 digit numbers can be configured based on the stated conditions:

a. The number cannot start with zero and no digits can be repeated.

b. The number must begin and end with an odd digit.

c. The number must at least 5000 and be divisible by 10. (Repeated digits are okay)

d. The number must less than 3000 and must be even. No digits may be repeated in the last 3 digits. (That is, 2,234 would be okay but 2,334 would not be okay)

MAT 142
Counting Principle

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