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At a summer camp, one boy and one girl will be selected to lead the weekly activities. If there are 130 boys and 145 girls at the camp, how many different 2 person combinations of 1 boy and 1 girl are possible?

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  1. C(130,1) x C(145,1)
    = 130x145 = 18850

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