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    Just can't do it - COMMITTEES

    I get these questions the first time round, but when I come back to review them... poof!


    Suppose that a club with 20 members plans to form 3 distinct committees with 6, 5, and 4 members, respectively. In how many ways can this be done?
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    Oops, okay easy:

    C(20,6)*C(14,5)*C(9,4) =9777287520
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