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A committee of 8 members is to be formed from a group of 8 men and 8 women. If the choice of the committee members is made randomly, what is the probability that precisely half of these members will be women? (hint: Use binomial distribution)

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A committee of four is to be chosen from a group of six men and
seven women.
a) How many different committees are possible?
b) What is the probability that committee consists of two men
and two women?
c) What is the probability that committee consists of at least
two women?

A committee of 5 persons is to be selected out of 6 men and 2
women. Find the number of ways in which more men are selected than
women? b) If 5 students are to be randomly chosen from a group of
12 students to form a committee for a class trip, what is the
probability that group members Alice and Tom will be chosen for the
committee?

A committee of 5 will be chosen from a group of 4 men and 6
women. What is the probability that at least 3 men are chosen?

if a committee with 2 student members is to be formed, what is
the probability of forming a committee with one A grade student and
one F grade student?
if a committee with 3 student members is to be formed, what is
the probability of forming a committee with two A grade student and
one B grade student?
Chart grades and students
A-10
B-3
C-1
D-0
F-1

If a committee of 6 is being selected from a group of 10 men and
12 women, in how many ways can this committee be arranged if at
least 3 must be women?

finite math
A manager selects 3 people for a committee from a group of 7
women and 5 men let x be the number of men selected for the group.
complete a probability distribution

A subcommittee is randomly selected from a committee of eight
men and seven women. What is the probability that all three people
on the subcommittee are men?

a.) A committee of five people is to be selected from a group of
11 people. Five of the 11 people are men and the rest are women. If
a committee is randomly selected, find the probability that the
committee has no men.
b.) Given a committee of 5 people, how many ways can we choose
one of these five people to be the chair of the committee and one
of these five people be chosen as the co-chair of...

An executive committee consisted of 10 members: 4 women and 6
men. Three members were selected at random to be sent to a meeting
in Hawaii. A blindfolded woman drew 3 of the 10 names from a hat to
determine who would go. All 3 names drawn were women's. What was
the probability of such luck? (please enter your answer in decimal
form)

4 people are to be chosen from 10 men and 12 women to form a
committee which contains at least two women. How many different
ways can the committee be formed? If, among the 10 men and 12
women, Mr. and Mrs. Smith can not both be selected, then how many
different ways can the committee be formed?

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