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## Sagot :

The first topping can be any one of 8. For each of those . . .

The second topping can be any one of the remaining 7 . For each of those . . .

The third topping can be any one of the remaining 6 .

Total number of ways to assemble a pizza = (3 x 8 x 7 x 6) = 1,008 ways.

BUT . . .

You could choose the SAME 3 toppings in (3 x 2) = 6 different ways, and

nobody could tell the difference once they were selected. All 6 different

ways would result in the same pizza.

So, out of the 1,008 total different ways there are of choosing ingredients,

there are only ( 1,008 / 6 ) =

**different and distinct pizzas.**

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