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# Combined Probability

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04 Dec 2017, 06:05
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Four departments: PE (6 team members), QA (8 team members), EE (5 team members), and AS (28 team members). If 8 team members are randomly selected, what is the probability that you will:

1) Have at least one team member from each department
2) All AS team members and none from the other groups
3) No AS team members

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05 Dec 2017, 08:42
cflo1214 wrote:
Four departments: PE (6 team members), QA (8 team members), EE (5 team members), and AS (28 team members). If 8 team members are randomly selected, what is the probability that you will:

1) Have at least one team member from each department
2) All AS team members and none from the other groups
3) No AS team members

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