Asked Dec 7, 2019

A restaurant offers ba dinner special that lets you choose from 10 entrees, 8 side dishes, and 13 desserts.  You can choose one entree, one side dish, and 2 desserts.  How many different meals are possible?


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Step 1

From the given information,

Total number of dinner entrees = 10

Total number of side dishes = 8

Total number of desserts = 13

Step 2

Here, it is required to calculate the how many different meals are possible if one can choose one ...


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