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31 Aug 2013, 10:01
tejal777 wrote:
1.4C3/10C3
2. 6C3/10C3
3. 1-6C3/10C3

My head just can't how does it translate in English?
The only way I can translate it in order to understand it is (for No3 for example): "We choose all the boys and we divide by the selection of 3 people from a total of 10"
Why would divide by a bigger set? What are we trying to exclude here?
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10 Jun 2015, 23:23
for only girls--> 4c3/10c3
ony boys--> 6c3/10c3
atlest one girl--.1-(6c3/10c3)
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