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    Toys

    Sheila, a fifth grader, and Jimmy, a sixth grader, collect all their toys and decide to play together. Sheila has 18 different toys and Jimmy has 19 different toys. If Sheila and Jimmy decide to play with at least two toys from Sheila and at least one toy from Jimmy at a time, with how many different collections of toys (up to 37 toys at a time) can the both of them play?
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    Re: Toys

    i answered none of the above. The answer I came up with was 1.374376...that isnt one of the options
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