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A pizza shop offers 5 toppings. How many different 3-topping pizzas can you make?

1)6
2)10
3)4
4)5

I think #2

asked by Jamie M
  1. Why do you think it is #2 ?

    posted by Reiny
  2. # 1) 6 pizzas

    posted by Jamie M
  3. #2 was correct, I just wanted to know what your were thinking
    you are choosing 3 of the 5 toppings which is C(5,3) = 10

    posted by Reiny

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