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Out of a classroom of 6 boys and 4 girls the teacher picks a [#permalink]
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Dear Experts,

I have the same doubt as TGC : as it is not mentioned that one student cannot occupy multiple position, wouldn’t that be a case of 'with replacement’

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Hey, I am no expert but it is kind of obvious that the same student won't be the president, the vice president and the sec. I understand your point that it is not mentioned and in some organisations, these 3 positions could be held by the same person (Never heard of vice president and president being the same person). It's probably best to go with the most logical scenario here (its not outside knowledge just being logical). Again,I have no idea about the source of the question so an expert might be better at taking this.
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