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A grocery produce manager inspects the corn supplied by a nearby farm. In a bushel of 30 ears of corn, the manager inspects 3 ears of corn. If 2 or more of the ears of corn are defective, the entire bushel is rejected. In this bushel, 5 ears of corn are defective. Find the number of ways that 2 or more ears of corn will be found defective by the produce manager.

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