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# Combinations

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05 Feb 2018, 03:58
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A committee that includes 6 members is about to be divided into 2 subcommittees with 3 members each. On what percent of the possible subcommittees that Michael is a member of is David also a member?

1. 10%

2. 20%

3. 25%

4. 40%

5. 50%

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05 Feb 2018, 04:03
Hobbit20 wrote:
A committee that includes 6 members is about to be divided into 2 subcommittees with 3 members each. On what percent of the possible subcommittees that Michael is a member of is David also a member?

1. 10%

2. 20%

3. 25%

4. 40%

5. 50%

Discussed here: a-committee-that-includes-6-members-is-about-to-be-divided-93055.html Hope it helps.

1. Post PS questions in PS forum and DS questions in DS forum.

2. Please name topics properly. Check rule 3 in the rules.

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