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# A five-person team is to be formed from a pool of

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A five-person team is to be formed from a pool of 6 East All Stars and 6 West All Stars. What is the probability that the team will contain at least 2 East Stars ?

a)$$\frac{29}{33}$$
b)$$\frac{81}{169}$$
c)$$\frac{57}{120}$$
d)$$\frac{47}{144}$$
e)$$\frac{119}{720}$$

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15 Aug 2017, 01:00
arabella wrote:
A five-person team is to be formed from a pool of 6 East All Stars and 6 West All Stars. What is the probability that the team will contain at least 2 East Stars ?

a)$$\frac{29}{33}$$
b)$$\frac{81}{169}$$
c)$$\frac{57}{120}$$
d)$$\frac{47}{144}$$
e)$$\frac{119}{720}$$

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