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Question19 I am trying to form a committee of 5 people. For the formation of the committee I have to choose randomly from a group of 10 women and 6...

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I am trying to form a committee of 5 people. For the formation of the committee I have to choose randomly from a group of 10 women and 6 men. I have a problem as I am having difficulty in trying to identify the probability of getting 3 women and two men in the committee. Please help. 

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The solution in doing this question we will use the formula  n C r  = n! / [ (n - r)!r! ] which represent the combinations... View the full answer

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