# A city council consists of eight Democrats and seven Republicans. If a committee of six people is​ selected, find the probability of selecting three Democrats and three Republicans

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1. ## Social Studies

Which of the following statements best explains why direct democracy worked in ancient Athens? A. The council controlled the work of the assembly. B. People were paid to take part in government. C. The city-state's population of citizens was small. D. Free

2. ## math

a political discussion group consists of five Democrats and six Republicans. Four people are selected to attend a conference. A.in how many ways can four people be selected from this group of eleven? B.In how many ways can four Republicans be selected from

3. ## math

Assume that the committee consists of 4 Republicans and 5 Democrats. A subcommittee consisting of 5 people is to be selected. How many such subcommittees are possible if each subcommittee must contain at least 1 and no more than 2 Republicans?

4. ## statistics

A committee of three people is to be formed. The three people will be selected from a list of five possible committee members. A simple random sample of three people is taken, without replacement, from the group of five people. Using the letters A, B, C,

5. ## statistics

5. Congressional Committee Memberships The composition of the 108th Congress is 51 Republicans, 48 Democrats, and 1 Independent. A committee on aid to higher education is to be formed with 3 Senators to be chosen at random to head the committee. Find the

6. ## Texas History

Can someone on connexus help me with this test? 1.What was a big difference between the Texas constitution of 1836 and the Texas Constitution of 1845? A.The constitution of 1845 did not have a separation of powers like that of the constitution of 1836.

7. ## math help

At the first tri-city meeting, there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town B, and 5 people from town C. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 are from town B.

8. ## Civics

1. What is the difference between a party’s platform and a plank? Select all that apply. (2 points) A.A plank is more general than the platform. B.A plank is more specific than the platform. C.A plank is a statement of a single position. D.A plank is a

9. ## MATH

A STUDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEE IS MADE UP OF 4 BOYS AND 5 GIRLS.IF 2 COMMITTEE MEMBERS ARE CHOSEN AT RANDOM TO ATTEND A CONFERENCE,WHAT IS THE PROBABILITY THAT BOTH MEMBERS WILL BE BOYS?

10. ## PACT

A committee of 4 must be chosen from 3 women and 4 men.calculate 1. In how many ways the committee can be chosen. 2. In how many ways 2 men and 2 women can be chosen 3. Probability that the committee consists of 2 men and 2 women 4. Probability that the

11. ## Math 120

A city council consists of eight Democrats and seven Republicans. If a committee of six people is​ selected, find the probability of selecting three Democrats and three Republicans.

12. ## SS

A city council has \$100,000 to spend on city improvements. The council may choose to spend the money on buying two new fire trucks or to update four local parks. Which of these gives a trade off of choosing to spend the money on four local parks? a)

13. ## Math

Assume that the committee consists of 8 Republicans and 6 Democrats. A subcommittee consisting of 7 people is to be selected. How many such subcommittees are possible if each subcommittee must contain at least 1 and no more than 3 Democrats?

14. ## American Government

The city council of Smallton has just chosen a new chief administrator. She will carry out the policies of the council and hire department heads. If the council is not pleased with her work, it has the ability to dismiss her at any time. Which form of city

15. ## math

a committee of 5 people is to be selected from a group of 6 men and 9 women. If the selection is made randomly, what is the probability that the committee consists of 3 men and 2 women?

16. ## writing

She forcefully _______ her view that something needs to be done to reduce crime in the city in front of city council. A. asserted B. snarled C. murmured D. commented

17. ## MAth

Determine when the Hamilton method gives an Alabama paradox and who lost the representative. Increase the committee size by one seat at a time, starting from an 8-member committee. Given: City A, City B, and City C are cooperating to build a community

18. ## Mathematics

There are 16 people interested in helping with a committee. In how many ways could a committee be chosen, assuming the committee contains at least one person.

19. ## government

since 1968 the government has been dominated by a. the democrats b. neither major party c. the republicans d. minor parties c

20. ## History

1. How do Texas cities receive the revenue to be able to provide services? Select all that apply (3 points) A. property taxes*** B. sales taxes*** C. fees and permits D. state funding*** 2. What happened in 1912 that changed the face of city government in

21. ## statistics

The composition of the 108 congress was 51 republican 48 democrats and 1 independent.a committee on aid to higher education is to be form with 3 senators to be chosen random to head the committee. find the probability that the group of 3 consist of, all

22. ## algebra

At the first tri-city meeting, there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town B, and 5 people from town C. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 are from town B. I know this is a

23. ## Math

A phone tree is used to let committee members know that a meeting is cancelled. The committee chair calls 5 people . Those 5 people each call 5 people and those additional people each call 5 people. How many members have been called?

A)If a license plate consists of 2 letters followed by 3 digits or 3 letters followed by 2 digits, how many license plates can be created? B)You are given an exam with only 9 questions. if each question has 4 choices, howmany different possible answers can

25. ## Writing

She forcefully _______ her view that something needs to be done to reduce crime in the city in front of city council. A. asserted B. snarled C. murmured D. commented

26. ## Math (Finite)

A town council has 11 members, 6 Democrats and 5 Republicans. If a 3‐person committee is selected at random, what is the probability that Republicans make up the majority?

27. ## Math

A certain club consists of 5 men and 6 women. a) How many ways are there to form a committee of 3 people and b) How many ways are there to form a committee consisting of 3 men and 4 women.

28. ## Finite Math

A town council has 11 members, 6 Democrats and 5 Republicans. If a 3‐person committee is selected at random, what is the probability that Republicans make up the majority?

29. ## civics help ms sue

Fiscal conservatism is the belief that government should not have large debts, and that government programs should not be paid for on borrowed money. How could both Democrats and Republicans be considered fiscally conservative? Republicans—spending money

30. ## MATH HELP

A committee of 5 people is to be selected from student council. Council has 6 boys and 7 girls. What is the probability that the committee will have at least 3 boys? *** If you can show work that would be helpful (OPTIONAL)*** THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

31. ## MATH

A committee of 5 people is to be selected from student council. Council has 6 boys and 7 girls. What is the probability that the committee will have at least 3 boys? *** If you can show work that would be helpful (OPTIONAL)*** THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

32. ## Statistics

A study of voting preferences among enlisted soldiers (of differing educational levels) in the military reveals the follow patterns (the sample size if 445). 1 Of 395 high school graduates, 90 describe themselves as Democrats, 170 as Independents, and 135

33. ## math

Assume that a committee consists of 12 people including the chairperson and that the chairperson must select a committee of 3 people from the other 11 members of the committee. In how many ways can this be done?

34. ## History

1.What was a big difference between the Texas constitution of 1836 and the Texas Constitution of 1845? A.The constitution of 1845 did not have a separation of powers like that of the constitution of 1836. B.The constitution of 1836 was more in depth than

I am writing about how different groups view the role of the government. I saw this online and wanted to use it to guide me through my essay, but wanted to check its accuracy because I thought Democrats weren't for higher taxes I thought Republicans were.

36. ## SOCIAL STDIES HELP!

1. In which of the following forms of government does the city council hire someone to run the day-to-day operations of the city? (1 point) strong mayor-council weak mayor-council council-manager*** consolidated 2. Which of the following are true

37. ## re:social studies

The Democratic point of view is that the Republicans are the party of "No," and progress will be severely impeded if Republicans gain a majority in Congress. Republicans will extend the tax cuts for everyone, including the rich. why though? The Republican

38. ## History

In which of the following forms of government does the mayor have the least executive power? A. strong mayor-council B. weak mayor-council C. council-manager*** D. consolidated Which of the following are true statements about the mayor in a strong

39. ## Math

At the first tri-city meeting, there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town B, and 5 people from town C. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 are from town B. How would I show my

40. ## History

10.)Which committee is NOT paired correctly with its responsibility? A. interim committee - work between legislative sessions***** B. conference committee - work to reconcile two different bills C. standing committee- permanent committees that work on

41. ## math

a phone tree is used to let committee members know ameeting is cancelled. The committee chair calls 5 people Those 5 people each call 5 people, and those additional people call 5 people. how many members have been called

42. ## Math- Still Don't Understand!

I do not understand how to work this problem out. I have a series of other questions that are similar, and it would really help me out if someone could help me understand how to work this problem. At the first tri-city meeting, there are 8 people from town

43. ## Finite MAth

Assume that the committee consists of 5 Republicans and 7 Democrats. A subcommittee consisting of 6 people is to be selected. (1) How many such subcommittees are possible if each subcommittee must contain exactly 3 Republicans and 3 Democrats? (1) How many

44. ## Math

In how many ways can a subcommittee of six be chosen from a Senate committee of four Democrats and six Republicans if (a) All members are eligible? (b) The subcommittee must consist of two Republicans and four Democrats?

45. ## Math

1. How many ways can I select 10 people to attend a conference if 4 must be Republicans and 6 must be Democrats if there are 10 Republicans and 15 Democrats?

46. ## Statistics

How do you make a tree diagram for this? (and in general) 1) of the voters in a certain city, 40% are republicans and 60% are democrats. among the republicans, 70% are in favor of a particular bond issue whereas 80% of the democrats favor the issue. if a

47. ## Math

A town has 4900 registered voters, each of whom is either a Republican, a Democrat or an Independent. In the last primary election, 1150 people voted, and the number of Republicans who voted was 720 fewer than 30% of the total number of Democrats plus

48. ## Government

A common trend in American party politics is that as Americans get older, they tend to A. identify as either Democrats or Republicans. B. abandon being identified as a member of one of the major political parties. C. identify as Republicans, but fewer

49. ## English

1. The committee consists of seven. 2. The committee consists of seven people. 3. The committee consists of seven persons. 4. The committee consists of seven members. [Are they all correct?]

50. ## Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

Fiscal conservatism is the belief that government should not have large debts, and that government programs should not be paid for on borrowed money. How could both Democrats and Republicans be considered fiscally conservative? Republicans - spending money

51. ## college

The total number of Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives during the 106th session was 434. There were 12 more Republicans than Democrats. How many members of each party was there?

52. ## algebra

In a random sample of Americans of voting​ age, 7​% more people identified themselves as Independents than as​ Republicans, while 6​% fewer people identified themselves as Republicans than as Democrats. Of those​ sampled, 3​% did not identify

53. ## SOCIAL STDIES HELP!

Which of the following groups or people controlled Georgia after Reconstruction? (Choose all that apply). (2 points) Republicans men with close ties to Georgia and pre-Civil War politics Democrats*** men from the North who came to the South during

54. ## math 157

at the first tri city meeting where 8 people are from twon A 7 people are from town B and 5 people are from town C. If the council consists of 5 people find the probability that 3 people are from town A and 2 people are from town B. How do i do this

55. ## math 157

at the first tri city meeting where 8 people are from twon A 7 people are from town B and 5 people are from town C. If the council consists of 5 people find the probability that 3 people are from town A and 2 people are from town B. How do i do this

56. ## Math

Assume that a committee consists of 12 people including the chairperson and that the chairperson must select a committee of 3 people from the other 11 members of the committee. In how many ways can this be done?

57. ## finite

Assume that a committee consists of 12 people including the chairperson and that the chairperson must select a committee of 3 people from the other 11 members of the committee.

58. ## math

Assume that a committee consists of 12 people including the chairperson and that the chairperson must select a committee of 3 people from the other 11 members of the committee. In how many ways can this be done? So....I tried 11*10*9 because im not

59. ## american government

Suppose major officeholders from one particular party are not performing well, and the party is not monitoring these officeholders. in what ways could this situation affect the party as a whole? my answer is If they are honest then help them and most do

60. ## Social Studies

Who were the Bourbon Democrats main opposition? a Republicans b other democrats******** c independents d African American voters Thanks for your help

61. ## math

On a certain legislative committe, 3/8 of the committee members are Republicans. If 2/3 of the members are men and 3/5 of the men are Democrats, what fraction of the members are Democratic women?

62. ## English/Argument

Statement: Five prominent Democratic senators support a new farm bill. Assuming the above statement is true, what conclusions can you draw? From the list below, circle the conclusions that MUST be true, cross out the conclusions that CANNOT be true. If the

63. ## Math (Data Management)

The student council is ordering pizza for their next meeting. There are 20 council members, 7 of whom are vegetarian. A committee of 3 will order 6 pizzas from a pizza shop that has a special price for large pizzas with up to three toppings. The shop

64. ## statistics

A committee consists of five men and four women. Two people are selected at random from the committee. What is the probability that one man and one woman will be selected?

65. ## Math

a committee of 5 has to be chosen from a group of 4 democrats and 5 republican staff how many different ways can the committee be selectedYou

66. ## Social Studies

15 In which type of city government does the mayor have the power to veto legislation A. Council manager B. City consolidated C. Weak mayor council D. Strong mayor council******* 16 Which is not true of both city and county government in Georgia A. Both

67. ## Basic Statistics

A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is ______ ? The

68. ## Statistics- Standard Error

A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is ______ ? The

69. ## statistics

A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is? and The

70. ## Democrats vs. Republicans 2000 platform-- Question

Which of the following best describes the difference between the Democratic and Republican party platforms in 2000 on the issue of school choice? 1. Republicans favored increasing property taxes that private schools have to pay. 2. Democrats favored

71. ## Social Studies/Politics

What is the difference between Republicans and Democrats?

72. ## government

What is the difference between democrats and republicans?

73. ## social studies

what is the difference between democrats and republicans?

74. ## government LSN

HOW DO republicans and Democratic politicians differ on entitlement programs? - republicans feel that's state gov should have more authority then federal gov, and they oppose eliminating middle-class entitlement programs. what about democrats??

75. ## maths

a committee consists of 7 people.In how many waya a president,secretary and treasurer can be chosen

76. ## political science

In the "Campaigns and Elections By the Numbers" box, the book lists the number of people that filed to run for President. It says 167 filed as Republicans, 83 filed as Democrats, and 1 filed under the _______ Party. A.Libertarian B.Green C.Jedi D.Vulcan

77. ## Math

At the first tri-city meeting, there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town B, and 5 people from town C. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 are from town B.

78. ## math

A council consists of 10 members.four are NDC,three are NPP and three are from other parties.if a committee of three is to be selected,find the probabilities following: I.one of each party. II.Two NPP and one from other parties. III.one from other parties

79. ## math

A council consists of 10 members.four are NDC,three are NPP and three are from other parties.if a committee of three is to be selected,find the probabilities following: I.one of each party. II.Two NPP and one from other parties. III.one from other parties

80. ## Government

Does anybody have any ideas as to where i can finde info about the Democrats and Republicans in the late 1800s, other that wikipedia?

81. ## maths

A committee of 4 people is to be chosen from 5 married coiples.find in how many ways the committee can be chosen if: i) everyone is equallt eligible ii) the committee should include at least one woman solution so far.5 couples=10 people. To choose

I'm having difficulties writing a lead for my speech. My speech story will be on the Portage City Council and mayor candidates regarding the city's challenges over the next two years. All their answers were different. My lead was going to simply be:

83. ## History

Can someone please check my history questions? 1) Republicans were responsible for the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment, which effectively nullified the Three-fifths Compromise. Why was this an issue of concern for Republicans? A) because it meant that

84. ## math

DIRECTIONS:For each example cite the number property used, and explain how it is used in the problem. QUESTION:When all members of the United States Senate meet, there are one hundred members present.One day, the 8 Republicans on the judiciary committeemet

85. ## gov't

Why would democrats go out for revenge against Republican political groups wanting tax-exempt status. Why would Republicans, out for revenge against Democrats who seem to have been biased in granting or not granting tax-exempt status. I have to list a lot

86. ## US gov

How has the tea party movement affected incumbent Republicans and Democrats in the primary races?

87. ## math

At the first tri-city meeting there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town b and 5 people from town c. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 from town b. I know that the

88. ## Math

A committee of 100 Democrats is formed with 22 members from the East, 38 members from the Midwest, and 40 members from the West. If a random sample of 3 members from this committee is selected, what is the probability to the nearest percent that all 3 are

89. ## current events

I;ve been looking around for a long time on the internet and i cannot find cureent republicans view on k-12 education and how they differ from democrats. someone please help. thankyou/

90. ## us history

A city council is in charge of passing a city law, or (blank) < and approving the city budget. 2/ a (blank) is a document that grants power to a local government,

91. ## Social studies

What group believed president Lincoln's reconstruction plan was to easy? A. Democrats B. Freedman C. U.S Senate D. Radical Republicans

92. ## Statistics

A committee will elect a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. If the committee consists of 35 members, how many possible outcomes for the three positions can occur? (Note that no member can be elected in two positions.)

93. ## Math

A committee will elect a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. If the committee consists of 35 members, how many possible outcomes for the three positions can occur? (Note that no member can be elected in two positions.)

94. ## history

American colonists who remained loyal to the British crown were known as _____________. Whigs Republicans Democrats Torie I know they were called "loyalist" but who were they? C?

95. ## Social Studies

What group believed President Lincoln's Reconstruction plan was too easy? Choices are: A. Democrats B. Freedmen C. U.S. Senate D. Radical Republicans

96. ## social civics

the three basic types of government: mayor-council plan, the commission, and the manger-council plan. give at least one strength and one weakness for them . and size of city where most effective thanks alot i cannot not seem to find this in my book

97. ## Criminal Justice

1. How do city police chiefs come to power? A. They are elected by voters in specific districts. B. They are appointed by the mayor or selected by the city council. C. They are promoted up through the rank system. D. They are appointed by the outgoing city

98. ## Math (Finite)

If a 3]person committee is selected at random, what is the probability that Republicans make up the majority?

99. ## maths

How can I select a committee of 5 people out of 10 men and 8 women. Women must be the majority in the committee. One man must be in the committee.

100. ## Math

A city council candidate asks his campaign staff to gather some polling data. they survey a sample of voters to determine voters' attitudes. Which survey question does not show bias? Don't you think our candidate is the most qualified? Do you think