Fundamental Counting Principal - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

A system of linear equations is two or more equations that contain the same variables. A solutions to a system of equations are the point where the lines intersect. There are four methods to solving systems of linear equations: graphing, substitution, elimination and matrices. Solving systems of equations first shows up in Algebra I, but more complex applications occur in Algebra II.

Sample Sample Problems (4)

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Fundamental Counting Principal - Problem 3
Problem 3
Using the fundamental counting principle to determine in how many ways you could choose one item from each category.
Fundamental Counting Principal - Problem 4
Problem 4
Comparing repeats and non-repeats using the fundamental counting principle.