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# Adrell has four suit jackets (white, blue, green, and tan) and four dress shirts in the same colors. how many different jackets/shirt outfits does adrell have?

a. how many jacket/shirt outfits does adrell have?

b. suppose he grabs a suit jacket and a dress shirt without looking. what is the probability that they will not be the same color?

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