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## Discrete Mathematics (7th Edition)

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## A restaurant chain advertised a special in which a customer could choose one of ve

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appetizers, one of 14 main dishes, and one of three desserts. The ad said that there were
210 possible dinners. Was the ad correct? Explain. 17 questions remaining

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## It is correct: Since Customer can choose one of ve Appetizers in 5 ways, 14 ways to

choose main dishes and three ways to choose disserts. Discrete Elementary Abstract
Mathematics Linear... Algebra
Therefore total 5143=210 possible dinners 7th Edition 11th Edition 3rd Edition
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