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iwanttogotostanford

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HELP WITH ACT PRACTICE QUESTION: at a school picnic, 1 junior and 1 senior will be selected to lead the activities. if there are 125 juniors and 100 seniors at the picnic, how many different 2-person combinations of 1 junior and 1 senior are possible?

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    Multiplication Rule

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    I just need to know how to do this question for later in the test, not as much the answer

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    what is the probability of picking a junior? what is the probability of picking a senior? what is the probability of event A and event B?

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