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How many do they have if they must answer at least three out of the first five? Solution Clearly, we are sampling without replacement and the order is irrelevant. For the first part, we have number of choices = 10 = 120. 7 For the second part, we have three possibilities: we can answer three out of the first five and four out of the second five or four out of the first five and three out of the second five or five out of the first five and two out of the second five. 4(iii), we have number of choices = 5 3 5 5 + 4 4 5 5 + 3 5 5 = 110.

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