Given b choices of beverages, e choices of entrees, s choices of sides (take two different sides total) and d choices of desserts, how many different meal combinations are possible?
The solutions to the test suite assume that the number of sides choices is s*(s-1). In my opinion that's wrong, it should be nchoosek(s, 2). That is the order of the sides do not matter. sides [x y] is the same as sides [y x].
Agree with Guillaume
Do you have anything that's gluten free? :-)
I agree with Guillaume
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