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Steven has 26 different shirts, 26 different pairs of pants, and 26 different pairs of shoes. How many different outfits can he assemble by choosing one from each category? [As a hint, the answer is more than 10,000].

Guest Jun 23, 2018
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We can choose    1 of any 26 shirts, 1 of any 26 pairs of pants  and 1 of any 26 pairs of shoes...so

 

C(26,1)  * C(26,1)  * C (26,1)   =

 

[ C (26, 1) ] ^3  =

 

26^3   =

 

17,576 different outfits

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jun 23, 2018

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