In Exercises 5–36, express all probabilities as fractions.Soccer Shootout In soccer, a tie at the end of regulation time leads to a shootout by three members from each team. How many ways can 3 players be selected from 11 players available? For 3 selected players, how many ways can they be designated as first, second, and third?

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In Exercises 5–36, express all probabilities as fractions.

Soccer Shootout In soccer, a tie at the end of regulation time leads to a shootout by three members from each team. How many ways can 3 players be selected from 11 players available? For 3 selected players, how many ways can they be designated as first, second, and third?

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Combination Rule:

There are n different items and r number of selections and the selections are made without replacement, then the number of different combinations (order does not matter) is given by,

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