1. 
What is the probability, that on two consecutive rolls of a die, first an odd number, then an even number will come up?


2. 
Ms. Crump always includes a few bonus questions on her tests. Since if you get them wrong they don't count against your score, you might as well try them. However, on the last test she said you were only allowed to answer three of the five bonus questions offered. How many combinations of three questions could have been selected from the five bonus questions?


3. 
Mr. Snorp is sending teams of math superstars from his school to a mathematics contest in Bigtown. He has twelve students to choose from and the teams must consist of four people. How many ways are there for him to choose different four person teams from his twelve candidates?


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5. 
Barky the clown is giving away lollipops at the circus. He has six different kinds of lollipops. Now Barky is a mathematically inclined clown, (very rare in the circus world) and he likes to give them away in order such that for every sequence of six lollipops he gives away he repeats the sequence as few times as possible. How many different sequences are there for Barky to give out his lollipops assuming he always gives them away in sequences of six different colors in a row each time?


6. 
You have six pennies, seven nickels and three dimes in a piggy bank. If you turn the bank upside down and shake it until a coin comes out of the slot, what is the probability that you will get out two pennies in a row?

