2. (For this problem, leave your answers in Combinatorics format – do NOT simplify). A conference is being held that faculty members from the IST department have been invited. There are 23 female and 19 male faculty members. Six members are randomly selected. What is the probability that? a. an equal number of men and women are selected? b. there are at least 4 men selected. C. no women are selected.

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2. (For this problem, leave your answers in Combinatorics format – do NOT simplify). A
conference is being held that faculty members from the IST department have been
invited. There are 23 female and 19 male faculty members. Six members are randomly
selected. What is the probability that?
a. an equal number of men and women are selected?
b. there are at least 4 men selected.
C.
no women are selected.
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2. (For this problem, leave your answers in Combinatorics format – do NOT simplify). A conference is being held that faculty members from the IST department have been invited. There are 23 female and 19 male faculty members. Six members are randomly selected. What is the probability that? a. an equal number of men and women are selected? b. there are at least 4 men selected. C. no women are selected.

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