Annabelle’s password is a 3-digit code that uses the numbers 0, 1, and 2. How many possible outcomes are there for Annabelle’s password if the digits

Annabelle's password is a 3-digit code that uses the numbers 0, 1, and 2. How many possible outcomes are there for Annabelle's password if the digits can repeat itself. Group of answer choices

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27

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  1. (2x + 16) + (x) = 180

    step-by-step explanation:

    given,

    abcd is a quadrilateral inscribed in a circle

    angle a is labeled x plus 16, (x + 16)

    angle b is labeled x degrees, (x)

    angle c is labeled 6x minus 4, (6x – 4)

    angle d is labeled 2x plus 16, (2x + 16)

    what equation can be used to solve for angle b?

    we know that the sum of the opposite angles of a simple quadrilateral inscribed in a circle is 180 degrees.

    angle b is opposite angle d

    therefore, angle b + angle d = 180

    (x) + (2x + 16) = 180 

    same as (2x + 16) + (x) = 180

  2. You have 8 choices for the third digit (digits 0 - 9 excluding the numbers you chose for the first and second digit). So by the multiplication principle (MP), there are 9*9*8 ways to do this. So there are 648 numbers that are 3 digit numbers and have no repeated digits.

    Step-by-step explanation:

  3. 36 girls

    step-by-step explanation:

    the 48 boys is 4 parts of the ratio

    divide 48 by 4 to obtain one part of the ratio

    [tex]\frac{48}{4}[/tex] = 12 ← 1 part of the ratio

    3 parts = 3 × 12 = 36 ← number of girls

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