How can the multiplication principle, permutations, and combinations be used in problems concerned with probability?

Question 2

With regard to replacement, how would this change our treatment?

question 3

Can you illustrate with a simple example? Perhaps picking colored chips out of a bag?

question 4

Lets look at a application. Who can answer these questions.

Suppose I have a bag of colored chips: 7 red, 5 blue, 3 green, 2 yellow

1) What is the likelihood I draw a red?

2) What is the likelihood I draw a green?

question 5 Let's consider car tags.

Suppose I have six characters. First three are letters. The last three are numbers.

How many combinations can I have if I can repeat letters and numbers?

How many combinations can I have if I cannot repeat letters and numbers?

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