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posted by Therese .
A box of jelly bears contains 52 jelly bears which 19 are white, 10 are brown, 7 are pink, 3 are purple, 5 are yellow, 2 are orange, and 6 are green. In how many ways can you select 9 pieces of candy at random from the box without replacement if 3 white jelly bears are selected?
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