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Suppose you are making yourself a sandwich. How many different sandwiches can you make if you have four choices in bread, two choices in meat, and five choices in cheese?

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I was thinking that I'd just multiply 4 x 2 x 5 = 40 but maybe not?
40 is the right answer

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thank you! XD
yaa!! you are right!! @Elysse2012
Tell me this, is it necessary to use all items at once ? I mean you can still make a sandwich with only bread and cheese ; or bread and meat.
i dont think sooo bcoz sandwitch may contain atlest chese and meat, tatleast taste willb every nice
the question is maximum number of sandwich which will be the product 4x2x5 that is 40.
I guess I won't be wrong if I say final answer is (4*2*5) + (4*2) + (4*5) = 68
definitely, if sandwich is only of meat or cheese.

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