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        Counting Principle

        Using an everyday lunch menu, this video demonstrates how the counting principle is used to determine the number of possible lunch combinations on the menu. The counting principle is used to multiply the number of lunch items in each category to determine the number of possible combinations. Regents Review materials are designed to help high school students prepare for New York State's Regents exams.

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