# SOLUTION: There are six multiple-choice questions on an exam, each with three possible answers. Determine the number of possible answer sequences for the six questions

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 Question 268998: There are six multiple-choice questions on an exam, each with three possible answers. Determine the number of possible answer sequences for the six questionsFound 2 solutions by stanbon, drk:Answer by stanbon(57294)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!There are six multiple-choice questions on an exam, each with three possible answers. Determine the number of possible answer sequences for the six questions ------------ 1st question: 3 choices 2nd question: 3 choices --- --- 6th question: 3 choices ============================= Total # of possible sequences = 3^6 = 729 ============================================== Cheers, Stan H. Answer by drk(1908)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!It will be 3^6 = 729 --- it is always (choices per question)^ (number of questions)