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Finite Mathematics for the Managerial, Life, and Social SciencesAUTOMOBILE COLOR AND TRIM CHOICES The 2017 BMW 435i Coupe is offered with a choice of 12 exterior colors (10 metallic and 2 standard), 9 interior colors, and 4 trims. How many choices involving color and trim are available for the model? Source: BMW.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

12th Edition

Soo T. Tan

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337405782

Chapter 6.3, Problem 24E

Textbook Problem

**AUTOMOBILE COLOR AND TRIM CHOICES** The 2017 BMW 435i Coupe is offered with a choice of 12 exterior colors (10 metallic and 2 standard), 9 interior colors, and 4 trims. How many choices involving color and trim are available for the model? Source: BMW.

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To determine

**To find:**

The number of available choices in choosing the colors and trims for BMW model.

**Given:**

There is 12 choices are available for choosing exterior colors,

**Approach:**

The Generalized Multiplication Principle is as follows,

First suppose a task

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