# SOLUTION: John wants to order a pizza with one topping, he can have either thin crust or regular crust, his topping choices are onions, pepperoni, mushrooms or sausage. How many different c

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Human-and-algebraic-language Question 7068: John wants to order a pizza with one topping, he can have either thin crust or regular crust, his topping choices are onions, pepperoni, mushrooms or sausage. How many different choices of pizza does John have. Thanks. Answer by prince_abubu(198)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!He has 2 crust choices. For each of those crust choices, he has a choice from 4 different toppings. That makes him able to have 8 distinct pizzas - four thin crusts, each having a different topping, and four regular crusts, each having a different topping.