Please help!! I've been on this for 2 hours already :(?


When going outside on a cold winter day, Jill can choose from 4 winter coats (two are red), 5 wool scarves (one is green), 4 pairs of boots, and 3 ski hats (two are blue). How many outfits might her fiends see her in?


If Jill always insist on wearing a red coat and a green scarf, how many outfits might her friends see her in?

3 Answers

  • 8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    1.) Just multiply all the numbers.

    2.) subtract 2 winter coats and 4 hats. Take those numbers than multiply what is left.

  • 8 years ago

    Permutations and combination

  • 8 years ago


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