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Fundamental Counting Principle

How to use the "Fundamental Counting Principle"
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Brendan C.

on 3 April 2013

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Transcript of Fundamental Counting Principle

The Fundamental Counting Principle If Brendan is going on vacation to Europe, he has a choice of 2 flights, Aer Lingus, or Continental Airlines. He can get either first class tickets or second class tickets. And he can get a row seat, a window seat, or a middle seat. How many choices does Brendan have? Aer Lingus This is how to do it: Continental Airlines 1st Class 2nd Class Row Seat Middle Seat Window Seat Row Seat Middle Seat Window Seat 1st Class 2nd Class Middle Seat Window Seat Window Seat Row Seat Row Seat Middle Seat Problem: Quicker Way: Find the amount of options per object.
Or in this case:

2(flights) x 2(type of ticket) x 3(seating)

2 x 2 x 3 = 12 different outcomes. Wasn't that easy? The answer is 12 different outcomes. The End
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