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Basic Counting Principle Examples Page 3

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Example 3

A pizza parlor allows you to choose between thin or thick crust, whole wheat or plain dough, spicy or regular tomato sauce, and four different types of cheese all before you decide on your toppings.

a) How many different pizzas can you make from these selections?

b) Assuming all options are chosen equally, what is the probability that a thin crust, whole wheat pizza with spicy sauce will be ordered?

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