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James has to choose his options in his final year at school.

He must choose one subject from each of five different option groups.

In the first group, there are six subjects to choose from.
In the second group, there are four subjects to choose from.
In the third group, there are five subjects to choose from.
In the fourth group, there are two subjects to choose from.
In the fifth group, there are four subjects to choose from.

How many possible choices of subjects can James make?

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  1. just multiply the numbers of choices from each group
    6 * 4 * 5 * ...

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