7th grade math help

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Hi I need help on how many outcomes are possible for these? For breakfast choices possibilities. I tried, but I feel like I am not getting it.
Coffee (c)
orange Juice (o)


scarmabled (s)
hard boiled (h)
poached (p)

bagel (b)
toast (t)




Please help??

  • 7th grade math help -

    Assuming one must make a single choice in each group, so it is a three-step experiment.

    choices for group 1 = 2
    choices for group 2 = 3
    choices for group 3 = 2
    Total number of outcomes in the sample space is therefore the product of the choices in each group (step).

  • 7th grade math help -

    Ok thanks I think I understand.

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    You're welcome!

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