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Use the Counting Principle to find the probability of choosing the 8 winning lottery numbers when the numbers are chosen at random from 0 to 9
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For each lottery number, how many digits are there to choose from?
anonymous
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9? I don't know.
anonymous
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From 0 to 9. How many numbers?

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9
anonymous
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Try again. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. How many?
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10
anonymous
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There you go. So for each of the 8 lottery numbers, there are 10 possible choices. The counting principle says that we multiply the number of possibilities for each number. So we need to multiply 10, 8 times. What do you get?
anonymous
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100,000,000
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Exactly. Well done!
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Thank you
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You\re welcome

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