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# A total of 2 freshmen, 3 sophomores, 4 juniors and 5 seniors have been nominated to

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## Solution for problem 8 Chapter 8.5

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A total of 2 freshmen, 3 sophomores, 4 juniors and 5 seniors have been nominated to serve on a committee. How many different committees are possible if: (a) the committee can consist of any 4 students? (b) the committee must consist of one student from each class? (c) the committee is to consist of 3 students from 3 different classes?

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Chapter 2: Tables & Graphs of Summarizing Data Terms  Univariate Data- 1 observation from individual or object Ex: Height of each person  Bivariate Data- 2 observation from each individual or object Ex: Height + Weight of each person  Multivariate Data- 3 or more observation Ex: Height+Weight+Gender+Blood Preassure, etc. from each...

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