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Pulsified333

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A twenty-something single person is planning a ski vacation. Assume that he has 4 possible destinations: Colorado, Utah, Oregon, and New England. There are 3 ski areas in Colorado with 3 available times for 2 of the areas, and 1 times for the other area. There are 2 ski areas in Utah with 1 available times for 1 of the areas, and 3 times for the other area. There are 3 ski areas in Oregon with 1 available times for 2 of the areas, and 3 times for the other area. There are 4 ski areas in New England with 2 available times for 3 of the areas, and 1 times for the other area. (A "time" refers to a weekend for which there are vacancies at the ski lodge.) A trip plan involves the selection of a location, ski area, and a time. How many possible plans are there?

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  1. Pulsified333
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    @dan815

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    sry i wasnt here

  3. Pulsified333
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    its okay

  4. dan815
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    just start multiplying

  5. dan815
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    do you understand the principle of tree diagrams

  6. dan815
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    like say u have 5 pants 4 pellets 3 socks

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    shirts*

  8. Pulsified333
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    I do but i've been doing it all day and im exhausted

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    start multiplying what?

  10. dan815
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    http://prntscr.com/8ce431

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    add all paths

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  13. Pulsified333
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    24 is not the right answer

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