Asked Apr 21, 2019

From a group of 20 people, 12 are selected to serve on a jury during a trial. How many different ways can a jury of 12 be selected?


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The total number of combinations possible if we select r things which are chosen at a time  from n things is given by  nCr, where n is the total number o...


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