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marigirl

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A rugby coach has tickets to a ‘Chiefs’ game. He decides to give the tickets to three players chosen at random from the five players who have played every game during the season. (a) How many possible selections can the coach make from the 5 players? (b) What is the probability that two of the players, Smith and Brown will go to the ‘Chiefs’ game?

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  1. marigirl
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    There are 10 possible selections . How do I go about b)?

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    For 3 selections out of 5 possibilities there are a total of 10 possiblI ties For 2 selections out if 4 possibilities there are a total of 10 possibilities. How can I link the second question

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