**Houses in a Row**

This problem challenges students to figure out how many different color combinations are possible for a row of houses, if no two houses can be painted exactly alike. Use large color squares and triangles to model this problem for students as an introduction to combinations.

**and solution.**

NOTE: Have students explain their thinking and how they organized their information. It is also important to ask students how they knew that they had found all of the possible combinations.

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