## 6.1 Using Counting Principle

Click here to the "Designing Dolls" video.

Activity: Each student should do one of the two activities outlined below:

· Cut out 3 different color shirts and 4 different color pants. Mix and match to figure out how many different outfits can be created. How can you visually organize your data? Is there a way to come up with this answer without having to create a graph?

· Cut out 5 different main dishes and 2 different sides. Mix and match to figure out how many different entrees can be served. How can you visually organize your data? Is there a way to come up with this answer without having to create a graph?

Click here for a lesson on the counting principle. This lesson includes both questions and solutions. Please try to answer the questions prior to looking at the solutions. Notes should be taken during this part of the lesson.

Click here for a nice summary of the counting principle.

Take notes on section 6.1 in your textbook. You can use your workbook or a piece of notebook paper, your choice.

Homework: Pg 340: 1 - 13 odd

Activity: Each student should do one of the two activities outlined below:

· Cut out 3 different color shirts and 4 different color pants. Mix and match to figure out how many different outfits can be created. How can you visually organize your data? Is there a way to come up with this answer without having to create a graph?

· Cut out 5 different main dishes and 2 different sides. Mix and match to figure out how many different entrees can be served. How can you visually organize your data? Is there a way to come up with this answer without having to create a graph?

Click here for a lesson on the counting principle. This lesson includes both questions and solutions. Please try to answer the questions prior to looking at the solutions. Notes should be taken during this part of the lesson.

Click here for a nice summary of the counting principle.

Take notes on section 6.1 in your textbook. You can use your workbook or a piece of notebook paper, your choice.

Homework: Pg 340: 1 - 13 odd