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ok I got lost
wait i got it
is it 128?
based on what you put there I also multiplied 4^2
is that it?
well you put 2^3 for the true or false which has 2 choices and 3 questions, therefore for the multiple choice which has 4 choices and 2 questions it should be 4^2
and then I just multiplied them together and I got 128
multiple choice questions have 3 options each.
oh sorry that was a mistake it was actually 4 sorry
I didn't noticed I wrote the wrong number
ok same principle but it would be 2^4 not 4^2
for some odd reason I still get 128....
need some more input
but 2^4 is the same as 4^2 they are both 16
2^4 = 4^2
2 is a factor of 4 but if you did not have example 3^2 is not = 2^3
@Directrix please help
I assume that the T/F questions are all together on the test in one section and the same for the MC questions. And, I assume that the student answers every question - no blanks. For the 3 T/F questions there are 2 ways to answer each one. That gives 2*2*2 = 8 ways to answer the T/F questions. For the 2 MC questions, there are 4 ways to answer each one. That gives 4*4 = 16 ways to answer them. To answer the entire test with the T/F questions all together and the M/C questions all together, I get 2*2*2*4*4 = 128 ways to answer the test.
OMG I WAS RIGHT!! :D
thank you sooo much
can I ask you one more?
Only if my answer is correct. Notice that I had to make those assumptions.
true but you are 99% of the time correct so I have a high probability of it being the correct answer :)
and can I ask you one more question in a new one?
@Directrix thanks (still think 2^4)