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Fundamental Counting Principle Worksheet - Page 2

Fundamental Counting Principle Worksheet
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 11.  
A bag contains 3 red balls and 4 blue balls. Carlos picked two balls one after the other. Which tree diagram shows all the possible outcomes?

a.
Tree diagram 4
b.
Tree diagram 3
c.
Tree diagram 1
d.
Tree diagram 2


Answer: (b)


Correct answer : (2)
 12.  
Jennifer needs to decide her snack. She can have tea or coffee followed by chocolate chip cookies or butter cookies. Which tree diagram shows the different choices that Jennifer has?

a.
Tree diagram 2
b.
Tree diagram 4
c.
Tree diagram 3
d.
Tree diagram 1


Answer: (d)


Correct answer : (4)
 13.  
A pizza corner sells pizza in 3 sizes with 3 different toppings. Which table shows all the possible pizza combinations available at the pizza corner?

a.
Table 2
b.
Table 3
c.
Table 1
d.
Table 4


Answer: (d)


Correct answer : (4)
 14.  
Zelma has 9 T-Shirts, 8 pairs of shoes, 7 jewellery sets, and 4 skirts. In how many different ways can she dress up?
a.
2012
b.
2016
c.
2009
d.
2020


Answer: (b)


Correct answer : (2)
 15.  
You toss a coin and spin a spinner with 3 equal sections red, yellow, and green, at the same time. Find the number of possible outcomes drawing a tree diagram.
a.
6
b.
3
c.
2
d.
5


Answer: (a)


Correct answer : (1)
 16.  
A birthday card can be designed with 3 different messages, 2 different colors, and 9 different borders. In how many ways can you design a birthday card?
a.
53
b.
18
c.
64
d.
54


Answer: (d)


Correct answer : (4)
 17.  
A car manufacturing company launches 5 new models. Each model comes with 2 different interiors and 8 different colors. How many different choices does a customer have?
a.
95
b.
20
c.
40
d.
80


Answer: (d)


Correct answer : (4)
 18.  
Jimmy tossed a coin 24 times and recorded the outcomes as shown in the table.

OutcomeNumber of Occurrences
Head9
Tail15

What is the experimental probability of getting a head?
a.
3 8
b.
4 5
c.
7 8
d.
11 10


Answer: (a)


Correct answer : (1)

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