# Math

The chart below shows the possible options for pants, shirts, and shoes in Tom’s closet. Which tree diagram correctly shows the possible outfits he can wear?

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1. No chart below. No tree diagrams.

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2. Here’s the answers for the quick check btw

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2. B
3. C
4. A
5. B

Please tell me if any are wrong

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3. hee hee is 100 percent correct! thank you!

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4. HeeHee you forgot there is 9 questions

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5. there are 10

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