Event Counter
The Event Counter counts the number of ways that two or more independent
events can occur simultaneously.
 Specify the number of independent events (n).
 Enter the number of different ways each independent event can occur.
 Click the Calculate button to compute the number
of event multiples.



What is an event multiple?
On this website, we refer to a grouping of two or more independent
events as an
event multiple.
Many problems in statistics require a count of the number of
unique event multiples that can be created from independent events.
For example, suppose one event is the outcome of a coin flip 
heads or tails. Another event is the outcome from throwing a dart  hit or
miss. These two events can be combined in four different ways  heads/hit,
heads/miss, tails/hit, and tails/miss. Therefore, in this example, there are
four possible event multiples.
This calculator, the Event Counter, counts the number of unique event
multiples that can be created from two or more independent events.
For an example that demonstrates event multiples, see the sample
problem below.