 # Bell Work Determine the total number of outcomes (combinations). 1) You are picking an outfit from the following list of clothes. If you choose one hat,

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Bell Work Determine the total number of outcomes (combinations). 1) You are picking an outfit from the following list of clothes. If you choose one hat, one shirt, one pair of pants, and one pair of socks, how many total outfits could you make? HatsShirtsPantsSocks Blue Green Yellow Black Pink Neon Green Striped Jeans Corduroys Polk-a-dot “Bacon” Rainbow Toe-socks Total Number of Hat Options: 4 Total Number of Shirt Options: 3 Total Number of Pants Options: 2 Total Number of Socks Options: 3 4 x 3 x 2 x 3 =72 72 Outfits!

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