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**Step-by-step explanation:25790=/,svxy**

**Answer:**

2-1=1

1+50=51

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A. C(13, 10) = 13! = 13·12·11 = 13 · 2 · 11 = 286.C(13, 10) = 13! = 13·12·11 = 13 · 2 · 11 = 286.

B. P(13,10)= 13! =13! =13·12·11·10·9·8·7·6·5·4.
(13−10)! 3!

C. f there is exactly one woman chosen, this is possible in C(10, 9)C(3, 1) =

10! 3!

9!1! 1!2!
10! 3!

8!2! 2!1!
10! 3!

7!3! 3!0!

= 10 · 3 = 30 ways; two women chosen — in C(10,8)C(3,2) =

= 45·3 = 135 ways; three women chosen — in C(10, 7)C(3, 3) =

= 10·9·8 ·1 = 120 ways. Altogether there are 30+135+120 = 285
1·2·3

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**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

It can be any combination from 2/3/5/8

Let's look at the one that is less than 1/2.

This would be 1/8, so that should go first. We can eliminate B and c.

7/6 is more than 1, so we can eliminate d.

**So, A would be the answer.**