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A cookie jar contains 3 chocolate-chip, 2 peanut butter, 1 lemon, 1 almond, and 5 raisin cookies.

a) In how many ways can you select some cookies, if you must include at least one chocolate-chip cookie.

Please please please.. reply back asap.. i am totally confused with combinations. help!

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