Combinatorial Probabilities : An employer has 100 applicants: 50 MPP graduates and 50 Master in Biology graduates for 10 positions.
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# Combinatorial Probabilities: An employer has 100 applicants: 50 MPP graduates and 50 Master in

Biology graduates for 10 positions. What is the probability that the employer selects 8 (unordered and without replacement) MPP graduates out of 10 if it was random? To help you, the total possible set is: N = C100/10, and recall that Cn/r = n!/10!(n-r)!

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Please show steps as to how you got there. Any information needed to get there. And how you calculated your answer. Any hints would be appreciated. The ! is was is confusing me.

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