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If you have two pairs of shoes, three pairs of pants, and two clean shirts in your closet, how many different outfit combinations (shoes, pants, and shirt) can you make? Show your work.

Try drawing a diagram of shoes, pants, and shirts to help you find the answer to this problem.
After you draw the available items, it may be easier to find how many combinations there are.

Below is a representation of the number of possible shirts, pants, and shoes.
A few different combinations have been identified. Can you find more?