# Answer to Question #10587 in Algebra for Jennifer Pesantez

Question #10587

the local ice cream stand offers three flavors of soft-serve ice cream; vanilla, chocolate and strawberry; two types of cones; sugar and wafer ;and three toppings; sprinkles, nuts, and cookie crumbs. if dawn does not order vanilla ice cream, how many different choices can she make that have one flavor of ice cream, one type of cone and one topping?

Expert's answer

There are two possibilities to choose flavour (chocolate or strawberry), two possibities to choose type of cone (sugar or wafer), and three possibities to choose toppings (sprinkles, nuts, or cookie crumbs). So, there are

N = 2·2·3 = 12

different choices.

N = 2·2·3 = 12

different choices.

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