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 Click here to see ALL problems on Probability-and-statistics Question 512855: If there are 5 questions and each question has two possible answers, how many different combinations of answers are there? and what are they? Example: 1. Cheese or Knife 2. Truth or Lie 3. Water or Friend 4. Intervene or Ignore 5. Stand or Sit I started with trying to write out all the possible combinations but that just got me more confused. the answers aren't just simple true/false either and I think that really confused me, also. thank you! :DAnswer by stanbon(57337)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If there are 5 questions and each question has two possible answers, how many different combinations of answers are there? and what are they? Example: 1. Cheese or Knife 2. Truth or Lie 3. Water or Friend 4. Intervene or Ignore 5. Stand or Sit ------------------- Ans: 2^5 = 32 possible answers =================================== Cheers, Stan H. ==========