SAT Math 1.1 Numbers and Operations

SAT Math 1.1 Numbers and Operations. How many combinations of beverage and cereal can be made?

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First, let's count the number of drink choices and the number of cereal choices.

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We count 3 drink choices and 4 cereal choices. We want to figure out how many drink and cereal

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combinations we can make.

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Some potential breakfast combinations could be chocolate milk and Corn Flakes, Orange

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Juice and Froot Loops, 2% milk and Raisin Bra

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We could just list all of them, but that would take a while. There's a better way.

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There are 3 drink choices, and each drink can be paired with 4 different cereals.

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That means all we have to do is multiply 3 by 4

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to get that there are a total of 12 combinations.

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