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A developer of a new subdivision offers a prospective home buyer a choice of 4 designs, 3 different heating systems, a garage or carport, and a patio or screened porch. How many different plans are available to this buyer?

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Let, N be the number of different available plans

First operation (choice of home design) can be result in n1=4 different ways.

Second operation can be performed in n2=3 ways.

Third operation (choice b...

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