.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 6.3.003.Ask Your TeacherMy NotesQuestion PartPointsSubmissions UsedAn experiment requires a sequence of 3 steps. The first step can result in 2 possible outcomes, the second in 4 possible outcomes, and the third in 3 possible outcomes. What is the total number of outcomes possible?
2.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 6.3.014.Ask Your TeacherMy NotesQuestion PartPointsSubmissions UsedHow many different seven-letter sequences can be formed from the letters a, a, a, a, a, b, cHINT [See Example 3.] ?
3.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 6.3.019.Ask Your TeacherMy NotesA ternary digit is either 0, 1, or 2. How many sequences of ten ternary digits containing a single 1 and a single 2 are possible?
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