Posted by **Jess 1** on Saturday, December 22, 2012 at 3:43pm.

For each day of the 5-day working week Tom can choose any

one of 6 newspapers to read at the lunchtime.

(i) How many different choices are possible in a week?

(ii) If Tom wants to read a different title each day, then how

many different choices are possible in a week?

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