# Combinations (Make sets combining one from each group)

Find how many combinations you can make:

1. You are rolling a six-sided die one time and flipping a coin one time.  How many different combinations can you get?
2. You are rolling a six-sided die two times and flipping a coin twice.  How many different combinations can you get?
3. You packed for a two day trip and brought two each of shorts, shirts, socks, underwear, and hats.  On the first day, how many different outfits might you put together from these items?
4. You are at an ice cream shop with 20 flavors of ice cream and two types of cone.  How many different cones might you put together?
5. If, at the same ice cream shop, you are choosing two flavors of ice cream and a type a cone, how many different cones might you put together?
6. If you are wrapping a gift and can choose amoung 5 types of wrapping paper and 3 types of ribbon, how many differently wrapped packages can you make?
7. If you are choosing a special card to go with that gift and can choose from among 6 cards, 3 different envelopes, and 2 types of confetti (or no confetti at all), how many different cards can you make?
8. You are putting together a summer schedule.  You are choosing between a math or a physics class, a horsebackriding or cooking camp, and either yoga, pilates, or karate competitions. If you choose one of each, how many different summer schedules can you make?