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Departments A, B and C have 10 employees each, and department D has 20 employees. Departments A, B, C, and D have no employees in common. A task force is to be formed by selecting 1 employee from each of departments A, B and C and 2 employees from department D. How many different task forces are possible?

A. 19,000
B. 40,000
C. 100,000
D. 190,000
E. 400,000
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Re: PS - Task Force [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2006, 11:49
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This is from ETS paper test:

Departments A, B and C have 10 employees each, and department D has 20 employees. Departments A, B, C, and D have no employees in common. A task force is to be formed by selecting 1 employee from each of departments A, B and C and 2 employees from department D. How many different task forces are possible?

A. 19,000
B. 40,000
C. 100,000
D. 190,000
E. 400,000


10c1 * 10c1 * 10c1 * 20c2 = 190000
so I would say is D
Re: PS - Task Force   [#permalink] 12 Mar 2006, 11:49
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