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A pool of possible jurors consists of 14 men and 16 women.

How many different juries consisting of 5 men and 7 women are possible?

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TOPIC:Permutation and Combination.

A pool of potential jurors consists of 15 men and 13 women. 10
jurors are to be chosen at random from the pool of 28. What is the
probability that this jury is made up
Part (a) 3 men?
Part (b) half of the jury are men and half are women? (use four
decimals)
Part (c) at least two women are amongst the 10 jurors?(use four
decimals)
Part (d) The jury has been selected and there are 9 men on...

The qualified applicant pool for four management trainee
positions consists of six women and five men.
(a) How many different groups of applicants can be selected for
the positions?
(b) How many different groups of trainees would consist entirely of
women?
(c) Probability extension: If the applicants are equally
qualified and the trainee positions are selected by drawing the
names at random so that all groups of four are equally likely, what
is the probability that the trainee class will...

The qualified applicant pool for three management trainee
positions consists of eight women and four men.
(a) How many different groups of applicants can be selected for
the positions?
(b) How many different groups of trainees would consist entirely
of women? (
c) Probability extension: If the applicants are equally
qualified and the trainee positions are selected by drawing the
names at random so that all groups of three are equally likely,
what is the probability that the trainee class...

The qualified applicant pool for three management trainee
positions consists of six women and six men.
(a) How many different groups of applicants can be selected for
the positions?
(b) How many different groups of trainees would consist entirely
of women?
(c) Probability extension: If the applicants are equally
qualified and the trainee positions are selected by drawing the
names at random so that all groups of three are equally likely,
what is the probability that the trainee class will...

A committee of 4 people is chosen from 9 women and 9 men. How
many different committees are possible that consist of 2 women and
2 men?

Suppose that a department contains 11 men and 16 women. How many
ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have
strictly more women than men?

Six men and six women are to be divided into three different
groups, each consisting of two women and two men. In how many ways
can this be done? (Answer is 8100)
Explain please.

There are 7 women and 5 men in a department. (a) How many ways
can a committee of 4 people be selected if there must be 2 men and
2 women on the committee? (b) If a committee is formed at random,
what is the probability that it is made up of 2 men and 2
women.

A department is composed of 10 men and 15 women. How many
different ways can a committee be created?
e with 6 members if:
(i) the committee do you have the same number of men as women?
(Count how to choose the
women, then how to choose men and use the Product Rule)
(ii) Do you have more women than men? (There are three cases,
calculate them and use the Sum Rule)
(iii) Explain why the tasks of creating a...

A class in probability theory consists of 3 men and 5 women. An
exam is given, and the students are ranked according to their
performance. Assuming that no two students obtain the same score,
and all rankings are considered equally likely. 1) The number of
different possible rankings is a) 3!5! b) 3*5 c) 8! d) 8 2) The
probability that women receive the bottom 5 scores is 3. The
probability that the top grade and the bottom grade are...

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