WhilMarie one year ago A college freshmen must take a science course, a humanities course and a mathematics course. If she may select any of 6 science courses, any of 4 humanities and any of 4 mathematics courses, how many ways can she arrange her program? Make a tree diagram and list the possibilities.

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1. tkhunny

You should start drawing. It's a bit tricky to draw your tree diagramme in this environment.

2. WhilMarie

Oh, alright. I guess. Though, it will be much of a puzzle for me to create a tree diagram. I would give my draft of the answer to you or anyone who can answer this. May I request some assistance or some sort of correction after I do?

3. WhilMarie

On another note, I find that whatever the answer is...it will be such a drag for me to draw. Oh well. :/

4. tkhunny

Sorry, not much choice on this one. It actually says to make a tree diagram and list ALL the possibilities. Yikes.

5. WhilMarie

Hehe Well, must be starting then! Thank you for your assistance Sir hunny! :3

6. WhilMarie

Hmmm.. come to think of it, it sounds like I'm going to make this on my own. *sob*

7. sleung

The answer is 6*4*4, or 96, different arrangements. It's really mean to list all of them, though.

8. WhilMarie

Ah, alright! I think I can do this. Thank you for your help Mr. Sleung! :) I forgot there is an easier way for this. I shall begin making the tree diagram pronto! Also, I'll be posting another question... but a moment of your time if I may ever be so bold, how can you post another question? Does my previous question have to be answered correctly before proceeding with the next?

9. tkhunny

The "answer" is NOT 96. If that is the correct number, then the answer is: 96 Tree Diagram List of ALL possibilities. Compliance is part of the order of the day.