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5/8/04 6:05 PM
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The Iceman Cometh
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a group of 10 people conisists of 5 men and 5 women. A Commitee of 4 is chosen from this group. What is the probability that one or more of the committee members is a man?
5/8/04 6:37 PM
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shit man thanks a bunch I didnt think anyone would reply lol
5/8/04 6:56 PM
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it is it calculates ot to 98 percent which the answer was. I kept getting 92, for some odd reason.
5/12/04 3:47 PM
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You DON'T add the numerator when your multiplying.
6/14/04 9:41 PM
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AndrewDoe
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Just do a tree and hammer it out. Or use the combination theory. I have a BSH (Honors in Logic) in Mathematics and I can assure you that STATISTICS and PROBABILITY SUCK!!!

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