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While selecting candy for students in his class, Professor Murphy must choose between gummy candy and licorice nibs. Gummy candy packets come in five sizes, while packets of licorice nibs come in four. If he chooses gummy candy, he must select gummy bears, gummy worms, or gummy dinos. If he chooses licorice nibs, he must choose between red and black. How many choices does he have? HINT [See Example 2.]

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