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Ten games with two possible outcomes for each game 2018-12-22
From Jin:
I'm trying to make a list to view all the possibility.
An example is if I have 2 games there's two outcomes (home/away)
I will use number to represent the teams. 0-1,2-3
All possible out comes are 0-2,0-3,1-2,1-3 right?

MY QUESTION If I have 10 games each have 2 outcomes (home/away) to win
What is all possible outcome.
Could u please provide me with a list of all possible out comes

Thanks you

Answered by Penny Nom.
An octagonal home 2012-05-29
From Jan:
Lot size is 30' by 30' will a 1,165sq ft. Octagon home fit on lot? I don't know the wall size's only the total size of building? Thank You for have this? If this won't fit what size in sq ft will fit?
Answered by Penny Nom.
An octagonal building 2010-06-23
From Nancy:
I have to submit my approximate sq. meters of an Octagon home in Costa Rica. All I know is all sides are equal. One structure has all sides at 16 feet and the second one has all sides equal at 8 ft. I then have to convert it to sq. meters. Can anybody help me with this? Thank you so much, Nancy
Answered by Penny Nom.
An average homework grade 2007-04-26
From vince:
If your homework grades is only 15% of the total grades and with an average homework grade of 90% what is your earn point for the homework earn point = average times percent
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Cubic feet in a mobile home 2005-07-22
From Jeanne:
my mobile home is 24 x 56. I'm trying to find out how many cubic feet this is. I'm going to set of some bug bombs and it says 1 can will cover 4000 cubic feet. I don't know how to figure my cubic feet. the ceilings are 8 ft high everywhere but the living and dining room. They are vaulted and approximately 10 feet at the peak. I just need an estimate.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Visitor wins or home wins 2004-09-29
From Paavn and Laddi:
I have a math question i am stumped on for one of my classes. The question states that there are 14 baseball games with 2 possible outcomes for each game, visitor win or home win. How many different total combinations are possible from the 14 games?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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