In how many ways can a six question true and false exam be answered?

1 Answer
Oct 25, 2017




In each question you have two options, T and F.

Then in 6 questions you have 2 options for the first, two for the second, two for the third...

At the end you get 2·2·2·2·2·2 = #2^6# options and #2^6# = 64.

This formula is also valid for n questions, so if the exams has n questions you have #2^n# posible answers