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4 accounting majors, 2 economics majors and 3 marketing majors have an interview for5 different positions with a large company. Find the number of dfferent ways that 5 of these could be hired. 4 accounting majors must be hired first then the final position may be chosen from the remaining majors.

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  1. If 4 accounting majors are supposed to be chosen, then the remaining person has to come from the other 5
    so 5 ways.

    Doesn't seem like much of a question.
    Are you sure you typed it correctly?

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