# Algebra

An ice cream shop has 19 flavors. You also have the choice of a sugar cone, waffle cone or cup. If a person orders two scoops of different flavor ice cream, how many possible orders are there, if you do not care about the order of flavors?
I don't understand how to factor in the two different flavors? I solved for P(19,3) and I think it is wrong because I need the two scoops possibility

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1. first scoop has 19 choices
second has 18 choices
cone has 3 choices

18*19*3

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