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# A restaurant offers the following limited lunch menu. Main Courses: Beef, Pork Roast, Duck, Quiche, Vegetables Corn, Green Beans. Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Milk. Desserts: Ice Cream, Brownies. If one item is selected from each of the four groups, in how many ways can a meal be ordered?

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Answer: 32Step-by-step explanation:Given : A restaurant offers the following limited lunch menu. Main Courses: Beef, Pork Roast, Duck, Quiche.Vegetables : Corn, Green Beans. Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Milk. Desserts: Ice Cream, Brownies.i.e. Number of choices for Main Courses = 4Number of choices for Vegetables = 2Number of choices for Beverages = 2Number of choices for Deserts =2We use the famous Fundamental Counting Principle to calculate the number of ways a meal that can be ordered. The total number of many ways can a meal be ordered = Product of all number of choices from each group.=[tex]4\times2\times2\times2=32[/tex]Hence, the number of many ways can a meal be ordered =32