SAT Math 3.1 Statistics and Probability

SAT Math 3.1 Statistics and Probability

LanguageEnglish Language
Numbers and OperationsCounting Problems
ProbabilityCombinations
Problem Solving and Data AnalysisData inferences
Product TypeSAT Math
SAT MathStatistics and Probability
Statistics and ProbabilityProbability

Transcript

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This is a very simple question of combinations.

00:23

A combination is a selection of objects the order of which doesn't matter.

00:27

We are making outfits that consist of shirts, pants and shoes.

00:31

There are 3 things we need to pick, so we have 3 slots.

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The problem tells us we have 4 shirts here, 3 pants here, and 2 shoes here.

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To find the total number of combinations of outfits, we can multiply the three together.

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So, it's 4 times 3 times 2 equals 24. Our answer is (E).