anonymous
  • anonymous
we have 11 men and 14 women in our company. we need to pick 1 of each to form a work group. in how many ways can this be done?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
11C1+14C1? 25?
anonymous
  • anonymous
11 times 14
anonymous
  • anonymous
For every '1' man, you have 14 possibilities to choose '1' woman. Therefore for every man, you have 14 probable women to choose, So for 11 men, you have 14*11 probabilities. = 154

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