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    Time for Ice Cream

    Jen and Barry’s ice cream stand has three types of cones, six flavors of ice cream, and four kinds of sprinkles. If a serving consists of a cone,one flavor of ice cream, and one kind of sprinkles, how many different servings are possible?
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    No of ways of choosing a cone = 3
    No of ways of choosing a flavor = 6
    No of ways of choosing a sprinkles = 4
    Therefore no of different servings possible = 3 x 6 x 4 = 72

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    Jen and Barry’s ice cream stand has three types of cones, six flavors of ice cream, and four kinds of sprinkles. If a serving consists of a cone,one flavor of ice cream, and one kind of sprinkles, how many different servings are possible?
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