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A certain co employs 6 senior officers & 4 junior

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A certain co employs 6 senior officers & 4 junior [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2005, 05:37
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A certain co employs 6 senior officers & 4 junior officers. If a committee is to be created in such a way that it is made up of 3 senior officers and 1 junior officer, how many different committees are possible?
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Re: OG PS Probability [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2005, 10:19
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A certain co employs 6 senior officers & 4 junior officers. If a committee is to be created in such a way that it is made up of 3 senior officers and 1 junior officer, how many different committees are possible?
8
24
58
80
210
Pl explain with details


Since order does no matter. its a combination problem.

6C3*4C1 = 20*4

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Re: OG PS Probability   [#permalink] 20 Nov 2005, 10:19
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