1. 
How many three digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 7, 8, and 6?


2. 
How many three person committees can be chosen from a group of seven people?


3. 
How many two person committees can be chosen from a group of six people?


4. 
Grace, Megan, and Timothy ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?


5. 
There are ten players on the basketball team. How many ways can a starting lineup of five players be chosen?


6. 
There are 7 things in a hat. How many ways can you pick 5 things from the hat at once?


7. 
How many combinations of two letters are possible from the letters D, N, and C?


8. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters F, A, G, I, and C?


9. 
In how many ways can Sydney, Joshua, Sean, Stephanie, and Thomas stand in line?


10. 
There are 4 things in a hat. How many ways can you pick 1 thing from the hat at once?


11. 
How many ways can a president and vicepresident be selected in a class of twentythree students?


12. 
How many two person committees can be chosen from a group of nine people?


13. 
There are 7 things in a hat. How many ways can you pick 4 things from the hat at once?


14. 
* This is a premade sheet. Use the link at the top of the page for a printable page. 

15. 
There are 4 things in a hat. How many ways can you pick 2 things from the hat at once?


16. 
How many three person committees can be chosen from a group of eight people?


17. 
How many permutations can you make from the letters A through H?


18. 
How many combinations of four letters are possible from the letters P, R, Y, S, and O?


19. 
* This is a premade sheet. Use the link at the top of the page for a printable page. 

20. 
How many four digit numbers can you make by arranging the numbers 3, 8, 5, and 7?

