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a ski store has 32 different boots available, 50 different pairs of skis, and 10 different hats. In how many ways can a customer purchase a set of skis, boots and a hat from a store?
If you have three sets of items \(a, b, c\), then the number of ways you can choose among them is \(a \times b \times c\)