# A restaurant offers a $12 dinner special that has 7 choices for an appetizer, 12 choices for an entree, and 6 choices for a dessert. EunoR 2021-09-08 Answered A restaurant offers a$12 dinner special that has 7 choices for an appetizer, 12 choices for an entree, and 6 choices for a dessert. How many different meals are available when you select an appetizer, an entree,and a dessert?
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According to fundamental counting principal it is known that, if the first event occurs in m ways, and the second event occurs in n ways, then two events occur in as sequence of mn ways.
There are 7 choices of appetizer, 12 choices of entrée, and 6 choices of dessert.
Hence, total number of different meals is, $7×12×6=504.$
Thus, 504 different means are available to select an appetizer, an entrée, and a dessert.