# Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

## Determine sample spaces using the principle of counting

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## Using the Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

This lesson covers how to determine the number of possible combinations in situations where elements may be repeated.
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## Calculating Outcomes

Learn to calculate outcomes with and without the Counting Principle.
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## Using the Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

by MPS Math Core Writers //at grade
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## Using the Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

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## Use the Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

by Millard Public School Omaha, NE (www.mpsomaha.org) //at grade
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## The Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

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## Fundamental Counting Principle: Outfit Combinations

Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition Interactive
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## The Counting Principle and Probability Using the Counting Principle

by CK-12 //basic
Provides examples of the counting principle and how to determine probability using the counting principle.
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## The Fundamental Counting Principle - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
Overview
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## The Fundamental Counting Principle - Example 1

by CK-12 //basic
Word Problems - Selecting pairs of numbers at random
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## The Fundamental Counting Principle - Example 2

by CK-12 //basic
Word Problems - Using the fundamental counting principle
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## Don't Make Eyes at Me!

Find out how many funny faces can be made by mixing up heads, eyes, noses, and mouths.
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## Probability

by Kyle Bardman //basic
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## Using the Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition

by Kyle Bardman //basic
These flashcards will help you better understand Algebra II with Trigonometry Concepts.
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## Calculating Outcomes

by Kyle Bardman //basic