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For the grooms men, we had outfits picked out. We had 3 different dress shirts, 3 different styles of dress pants, and 3 different dress shoes to pick from.How many different outfits could be made?

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 For the grooms men, we had outfits picked out. We had 3 different dress shirts, 3 different styles of dress pants, and 3 different dress shoes to pick from.

How many different outfits could be made?

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