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a small start-up company with 15 employees will select its 4 board members from among the employees. How many different groups of board members are possible?

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Well we use the n choose r formula n represents the total amt and r represents the amount we will be choosing So in this case n=15 since there are a total of 15 employees and we will be choosing 4 out of the 15 so r=4
So all u gotta do is plug in the values and voila there is ur answer

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