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Asked Oct 20, 2019

A financial services committee had 60 members, of which 8 were women. If 7 members are selected at random, find the probability that the group of 7 would be composed of the following.

a. 6 men and 1 woman

b. 5 men and 2 women

Step 1

a.

The probability that 6 men and 1 woman are selected is **0.4217** and it is obtained below:

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