This 23 question worksheet is a pretty straight forward worksheet about combinations and permutations. The first 7 questions are as follows (see below) and then the last of the questions are story problems where students will use combination or permutations. This aligns to the probability standards for Algebra 2 or a common core math 2 course or other probability standards.
Determine whether each situation involves a permutation or combination.
1. Choosing 2 different pizza toppings for a list of 6.
2. Seven shoppers in line at a checkout counter.
3. An arrangement of the letters of the word intercepts.
Evaluate each expression. (show all work, no calculators allowed on these 4 problems)
4. P(8,2) 5. P(5,1)
6. C(6,6) 7. C(9,4)