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At a restaurant, Donald can choose between a roast beef sandwich, a chicken salad sandwich, and a fish sandwich. As a side item, he can choose apple slices, yogurt, or a salad. As a drink he can choose juice, water, or tea. If he chooses one sandwich, one side item, and one drink, how many different meals can he choose from? A. 18 possible meals B. 9 possible meals C. 27 possible meals D. 12 possible meals

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    3*3*3=27

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    27

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