Counting Techniques

Fundamental Principle of Counting
If event E1 can have n1 different outcomes, event E2 can have n2 different outcomes, ..., and event Em can have nm different outcomes, then it follows that the number of possible outcomes in which composite events E1, E2, ..., Em can have is

n1 × n2 × ... × nm

We call this The Multiplication Principle.

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