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HorseCrazyGirlForever

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A school has 3 different choices for shirts, 4 different choices for pants, and 3 different choices for sweaters for the school uniform. How many different uniform combinations are possible?

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    okay so the first 1 is the shirts and the second number is the pants and the third number is sweaters. I created all of the possible combinations for the first shirt and that was 12 combinations. The I multiplied it by 3 because there are three possible shirts. Therefore, there should be a total of 36 combinations. If that doesn't make sense let me know

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