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September 9, 2010 Math 351 - Homework 3 Due in class on Thursday. In each of these problems show exactly what it is you are calculating and then complete the calculation using a calculator. It's ok to answer each question in the space provided. The work you turn in must be your work, not done in consultation with anyone else in the class. 1. We have a group consisting of 10 Americans, 11 Canadians, and 12 Mexicans. In how many ways can we form a committee of seven people snch that the committee has at least two from each of the countries. V.t ~.~ ~ ~q/~ I'~ .(0 . . "Ve, c..., If "0 II""" "J' fd~ ) ,II'; ~ c ~ .-., "a. "Y'J .r ~!'l) cT.",." ~ ~~ :I' " """" ~ --'~ ~~f !1'- ?19 'J 2 C 'J tt" 1/ . ~ /f J. I'X"./ "1' ~ ... ". ·et , , I' ~,., (,/A/~ .t ~ ) f · lo~ .. t= (S~ "(f7'tr~rtcr~/'(~(~7 "'l~""IIIII!ii!!!!!I!IiI'" -..,. .~~~"-;-.-. ....- 2. III au expprimellt, we randomly pick a 11ll nber from {I, 2, 3, 4}, tliPll we randomly pick a llUIllber from
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