Probabilities
posted by Andrey L .
A team has 10 players named A, B, C, ... . Before each game an o®ensive
captain, a defensive captain, and a waterboy are determined by chance. No one may have
more than one of these honors per game.
The probability the C and D both win honors for the sixth game is closest to?
The probability that for the third game E wins honors but B does not is
closest to?
During a season with 16 games, the number of times that A and F together
can expect to win honors as waterboy is closest to?
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