MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A restaurant offers a lunch special for $5.99 that includes 1 sandwich, 1 side dish, and 1 drink. Menu Sandwiches: grilled cheese, turkey, chicken salad, roast beef Sides: potato salad, garden salad, pasta salad Drinks: juice, water, iced tea Use the fundamental counting principle to find the number of possible lunch combinations that can be made from the menu. 6 10 12 36

Accepted Solution

A:

there are 4 sandwiches, 3 sides and 3 drinks.

the lunch special includes one of each so the total combinations would be found by multiplying all the choices together:

4 * 3 * 3 =36 different combinations

the lunch special includes one of each so the total combinations would be found by multiplying all the choices together:

4 * 3 * 3 =36 different combinations