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Ten high school students, 6 girls and 4 boys, have applied for 5 available scholarships. In how many ways can these scholarships be awarded among the applicants if

d) At least 2 boys are awarded? e) At most 2 boys are awarded? f) What is the probability that majority of girls are awarded scholarships? d) What is the probability that at least 2 boys are awarded scholarships? e) What is the probability that at most 2 boys are awarded scholarships?

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Ten high school students, 6 girls and 4 boys, have applied for 5
available scholarships. In how many ways can these scholarships be
awarded among the applicants if a) No preference is given to any
one student? b) One particular student must be awarded an
assistantship? c) The group of applicants includes 6 girls and 4
boys and it is stipulated that a majority of girls must be awarded
scholarships? d) At least 2 boys are awarded?e) At most 2...

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