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Joan and Jim would like to know how many different dinner menus they have to choose from. How many different menus are there?

Each segment represents one unique dinner menu.

Make a diagram.

Write a list.

Steak with Brownies

Steak with Ice Cream

Steak with Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tuna Casserole with Brownies

Tuna Casserole with Ice Cream

Tuna Casserole with Chocolate Chip Cookies

Turkey Burgers with Brownies

Turkey Burgers with Ice Cream

Turkey Burgers with Chocolate Chip Cookies

Lasagna with Brownies

Lasagna with Ice Cream

Lasagna with Chocolate Chips CookiesUse multiplication.

(main dish choices)( dessert choices) = menus Assume the main dish choice and the dessert choice are both chosen randomly. Are all the menus equally likely?

What is the probability they pick a menu without meat? What is the probability they pick a menu with chocolate?