## raleung2 A club with ten members wants to choose a president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. Six of the members are women, and four are men.What is the probability that all officers will be women? WORK PLEASE!! This is a permutation. one year ago one year ago

I would also like to mention the way I like best. You need to find the number of ways that 4 women can be chosen from a group of 6 women, and find how many total groups exist that can be formed. This is given by $\Large {{6 \choose 4} \over {10 \choose 4}}={15 \over 210}={1 \over 14}$So once again, we get a probability of $$1/14$$.