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Assume that there are 11 girls and 9 boys in the neighborhood club, and a team of 6 is to be selected. How many different teams can be selected if each team must contain exactly 3 girls and 3 boys?

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    Why would you switch names?
    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1329176095

    So you need 3 of the 11 girls and 3 of the 9 boys

    number of selections = ......

    tell me what you think.

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    i figured it out :). thanks!

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