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A restaurant offers a $20 dinner deal. Dinners share one of 4 appetizers, get 2 of 6 entrees and share one of 3 desserts. How many dinners can be selected? (To make it easier, let’s assume they don’t pick 2 of the same meal)

asked by Shay
  1. 4 choices of appetizers,
    6 choose 2 entrees= (6,2) = 6*5/2 = 15
    3 choices of desserts.

    Multiply the choices together to get the total number of different dinners.

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