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A committee is to consist of three members. If there are six men and four women available to serve on the committee, how many different committees can be formed?

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    6*5*4 all men

    6*5*4 two men, one woman
    6*4*3 one man, two woman
    4*3*2 three women

    add these up (336)
    Is there a simpler way to solve this?

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