Re: What's the difference between premutations, combinations, and. . .
Originally Posted by Vanilla16
Juan has 6 shirts and 5 shorts. How many outfits can he make?
And . . .
How many different ways can Chloe, Brittany, Anna, Mark, and Laura stand in a row?
Juan can make thirty different outfits. That is simply the use of the multiplication property. Six ways to choose a shirt times five ways to choose shorts.