OpenStudy (anonymous):

Suppose Ruth Ann has 4 routes she can choose from to get from school to the library, and 6 routes from the library to her home. How many routes are there from Ruth Ann's school to her home with a stop at the library?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

please help

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@hello555 for every route from school to the library, she can choose 6 routes going home. with 4 routes from school to the library, she'll have 4 • 6 = 24 routes from the school to her home.