A deck of cards has 12 picture cards in it. 4 kings (K). 4 queens (Q). 4 jacks (J).

(Part 1) How many different K-Q-J combinations can be made if the suits of the cards don't have to math?

(Part 2) Name the multiplication rule you used to find your answer.

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