
Mathematics
Maths In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a)
asked by Samuel on July 5, 2020 
Algebra
In a group of 180 persons composed of men, women, and children, there are twice as many men as women, and three times as many women as children. How many are there of each?
asked by Anonymous on June 15, 2020 
statistics permutations and combinations
Selecting a committee: There are 7 women and 5 men in a department. How many ways can a committee of 4 be selected if there must be at least 2 women?
asked by Celee on November 15, 2011 
Maths
1.Issam has 11 different CDs of which 6 are pop music , 3 are jazz and 2 are classical. Issam makes a selection of 2 pop music CDs, 2 jazz CDs and 1 classical CD. How many different selections can be made.Here the answer is 90 finalized by multiplying all.
asked by Raj on October 6, 2019 
Probs & Stats
a jury of people is chosen from 10 men and 12 women. How many ways can a jury of 6 men and women be chosen?
asked by Jenn on October 16, 2007 
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
asked by Francis Phiri on December 14, 2015 
Math
A committee consists of six men and four women .A subcommittee is made by randomly choosing three of the committee members. What is the probability that (a) they are all women (b) two of them are men?
asked by Mary Adenike on March 25, 2020 
Maths
In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a) all
asked by Rilwan on March 1, 2017 
probability
An employer wishes to hire three people from a group of 15 applicants 8 men and 7 women, all of which are equally qualified to fill the position . if the three are selected at a random. what is the probability, a) All will be men? b) at least one will be a
asked by Priscilla on November 6, 2015 
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?
asked by deborah on July 22, 2011 
statistics
there are 8 women and 6 men in a department. How many ways can a committee of 4 people be selected if there must be at least two women on the committee?
asked by Swiley on April 4, 2017 
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
asked by Sandra on March 24, 2011 
English
it takes one of the great advantages of being a woman that one can pass even a very fine Negress without wishing to man an English woman of her? Which of the following choices correctly explains the meaning behind this line? Women don't find black women as
asked by Jass on April 5, 2017 
math
there are 8 women and 6 men in a department. how many ways can a committee of 4 people be selected if there must be at least two women on the committee?
asked by Swiley on April 4, 2017 
Probability
In a large crowd, there are three times as many men as women. Three people are chosen at random. Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women , find the probability that they are a.
asked by Kayode on March 16, 2019 
Social Studies
Which of the following best describes the rights of men and women in ancient Jewish society? Select all that apply. A. Both men and women could buy and sell land. B. Both men and women could take cases to court. C. Men could marry anyone they chose, but
asked by Help Please! on September 11, 2019 
Maths
In how many ways can a comittee of 3 women and 4 men be chosen from 8 women and 7 men if two particular women refuse to serve on the committe together? Answer is 1750 but I have no clue how to get to it
asked by Fred on June 7, 2018 
Algebra
In a group og 180 persons composed of men,women,and children , there are twice as many men as women, and three times as many children. how many are there of each?
asked by JULY on June 5, 2020 
Maths
A commitee consists of six men and four women.A randomly chosen subcommittee is made up of three of the committee members.What is the probability that (a) they are all women (b) two of them are men
asked by Gbotty on February 28, 2017 
Math
A committee of 5 people is to be formed from a group of 7 women and 4 men. How many possible committees can be formed if: the committee then must chose a president and a vice president, how many ways could these two positions be chosen? why is it
asked by Cindy on May 25, 2016 
maths
A committee of 4people is to be chosen from 5 married couples. Find in how many ways the committee can be chosen if; 1) everyone is equally eligible. 2) the committee should include at least one woman
asked by john on November 24, 2016 
Maths
A committee of 6 people is to be selected randomly from a group of 11 men and 12 women. Find the number of possible committees if: a) a particular woman is included b) a particular man is not included c) there are to be 4 women and 2 men
asked by Fred on June 4, 2018 
Maths
Four persons are chosen at random from a group of 10 persons consisting of 4 men and 6 women. Three of the women are sisters. Calculate the probabilities that the four persons chosen will a) Consist of 4 women. b) Consist of 2 women and 2 men c) Include
asked by Kj on March 9, 2016 
probability
an employer wishes to hire three people from a group of 15 applicants. 8 men and 7 women, all qualified to fill the position. if he selects the three at random. what is the probability. a) all will be men? b) one will be a women?
asked by priscilla on November 5, 2015 
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?
asked by timothy on July 9, 2015 
statistics
A committee of 4 person is to be appointed from 7 men and 3 women, what is the probability that the committee contain exactly 2 women. At least one man.
asked by Anonymous on April 8, 2016 
Accelerated Math
A committee is to consist of three members. If there are six men and four women available to serve on the committee, how many different committees can be formed?
asked by Ann on September 18, 2007 
math
In how many ways can a committee of five people be selected from seven women and nine men if at least one woman must be in the committee?
asked by Fakaapo on April 18, 2011 
maths
There are 34 men and 32 women at a party. Of these, 13 men and 19 woman are married. If 2 people are chosen at random, find the probability that both will be men. Answer: 17/65 Thanks for any help
asked by Harry on July 6, 2019 
CombinationsMath
A group of 9 workers decides to send a delegation of 3 to their supervisor to dicusss their grievences. c.) If there are 4 women and 5 men in the group, how many delegations would include at least 1 women? iS THIS CORRECT: C(4,1)xC(5,1)+C(4,3)XC(5,0)=24
asked by Emily on April 10, 2015 
math
A committee of 4 is chosen from a group of 10 women and 6 men. Determine the probability that at least 2 women are on the committee. Please show your work.
asked by corey on May 23, 2011 
algebra
A 4person leadership committee is randomly chosen from a group of 24 candidates. Ten of the candidates are men, and 14 are women. What is the probability that the committee is all male or all female? What is the probability that the committe has at least
asked by anonymous on March 10, 2009 
maths
.A committee of 6 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 2 men and 3 women?
asked by Nithya on August 12, 2014 
math
a class consists of 14 men and 16 women. A group of 5 is randomly chosen a) the probability of this group containing at least 2 women and at least 2 men? b) probability the group contains the same gender.
asked by ash on June 5, 2011 
math prob
A committee of 5 people is selected from a group of 7 men and 9 women. In how many ways can the committee be selected so it contains at least 1 woman?
asked by Anonymous on October 6, 2013 
Maths
In a large crowd there are three times as many men as women .three people are chosen at random. Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women , find the probability that they are. a)
asked by Excel on January 2, 2020 
statistics
Some students were asked, "Would you date someone with a great personality even though you did not find that person to be attractive?" Of the 131 women surveyed, 61.1% said yes, and of the 61 men surveyed, 42.6% said yes. Is there sufficient evidence to
asked by anon on April 26, 2014 
MATHS
A committee of two persons is selected from two men and two women. Find the probability that the committee will have at least one man.
asked by CASEY on November 27, 2012 
math
In how many ways can a committee of five people be selected from seven women and nine men if at least one woman must be in the committee?
asked by Fakaapo. Suetusi on April 15, 2011 
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?
asked by Anonymous on March 27, 2014 
solve math problem
A group of 9 workers decides to send a delegation of 3 to their supervisor to dicusss their grievences. c.) If there are 4 women and 5 men in the group, how many delegations would include at least 1 women? I know I have to use combination C(9,1)x C(9,4)
asked by Tracy on April 10, 2015 
statistics
It is well known that the heights of individual American men are normally distributed with mean 70 inches and standard deviation 2.8 inches. The Central Limit Theorem states that if n men are randomly chosen, then their average height will also be normally
asked by LISA on February 13, 2011 
Discrete Math
7.A group has 9 women and 7 men. d. Suppose 2 members of the group refuse to work together. How many subgroups of 5 can be chosen 8. In how many ways can 16 people be seated: a. In a row, if 4 of the 16 do not want to sit next to one another b. In a row,
asked by Justin on November 4, 2010 
math
In a particular tour group, 30% of the tourists are men, and there are 20 more women than men. How many tourists altogether are there in the group? Explain your reasoning.
asked by lola on June 13, 2017 
Maths
From a group of 10 people, 5 men and 5 women, six are to be chosen to serve on a committee. a) In how many ways can the committee be chosen? b) Find the probability that two men will be chosen. c) Find the probability that the committee chosen will consist
asked by Luke on March 9, 2016 
Probability
From a group of eight women and seven men, a committee of six is chosen randomly. Find the probability that three women and three men will be chosen.
asked by Anna on November 22, 2009 
Probability: Counting
Hi everyone. I am struggling a bit with this one example question I am doing. Problem: There is a group of 12 people, 6 men and 6 women. A committee is to be formed consisting of 5 members from this group. Find the probability that Anne (one of the
asked by Zozina on September 24, 2018 
gr12 math
froma group of 6 ladies and 4 men, determine in how many ways a committee of 4 people cxan be selected. a. with no restirctions b. 4 women c. 3 women and 1 men d. 2 women and 2 men e. 4 men
asked by milo on August 30, 2008 
math
from a group of women and 4 men, determine in how many ways a committee of people can be selected with no restrictions? b. 4 women c. 3 women and 1 men d. 2 women 2 man e. 4 men
asked by joyce on August 28, 2008 
math
how many committee of five people can be chosen from 20 menand 12 women if exactly three men must be on each committee and at least four women on each committee
asked by rose on July 5, 2016 
Math
In how many ways committee of 4 people can be chosen if there are 10 men and 6 women and we require that we need 3 men and 1 woman be in committee?
asked by Jeff on April 7, 2019 
math
In a group of 7 men and 8 women, how many committees of 5 can be selected for which there are 2 men and 3 women? What is the probability of selecting a committee of 5 consisting of 2 men and 3 women?
asked by Gloria on June 11, 2012 
math word problem
There are 10 women and 8 men in a club. How many different committees of 6 people can be selected from the group if equal numbers of men and women are to be on the committee? I think it would be 2, because half of 6 is 3, so 3 are men and 3 are women. 2
asked by Paula on March 21, 2010 
math
how many committee of five people can be chosen from 20 men and 12 women if a) exactly three men must be on each committee b) at least four women on each committee
asked by rose on July 6, 2016 
math
there are 8 men and 9 women on a committee. in how many ways can a sub committee of 2 and 3 women be chosen?
asked by adetola on June 8, 2016 
math
The U.S Olympic gymnastics team for the 2016 Rio Games comprised five women and five men. In how many ways can this group of athletes arrange themselves in a row for a group picture if: a) There is no restriction b) The men stand together in a group and
asked by lijm on October 8, 2019 
statistics
20. A company must select 3 employees from a department that has a total of 5 employees to attend a workshop in quality management. The number of possible selections are (a) 15. (b) 60. (c) 10. (d) 20. 21. From a group of 5 men and 4 women, a committee is
asked by meri on June 30, 2015 
math
A committee is to be chosen from a group of 11 women and 14 men. How many ways can they select a president, treasurer, and secretary, if the treasurer and secretary must be females? No person can serve in more than one position.
asked by Anonymous on August 3, 2012 
Math
A committee is to be chosen from a group of 11 women and 14 men. How many ways can they select a president, treasurer, and secretary, if the treasurer and secretary must be males? No person can serve in more than one position. Show work to support your
asked by Anonymous on April 23, 2012 
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.
asked by freddie on October 14, 2014 
statistics
in a club there are 6 men and 9 women. a committee of 1 man and 2 women is to be formed. how many different possibilities would there be in choosing the committee?
asked by Swiley on April 4, 2017 
Maths
In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a) all
asked by Gbotty on March 1, 2017 
statistics
A committee of 4 person is to be appointed from 7 men and 3 women, what is the probability that the committee contain exactly 2 women. At least one man.
asked by chioma on April 8, 2016 
Social Studies
Which of the following best describes the rights of men and women in ancient Jewish society? Select all that apply. A. Both men and women could buy and sell land. B. also my answer Both men and women could take cases to court. C. Men could marry anyone
asked by Help needed on September 6, 2019 
math
A department contains 12 men and 17 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men? It is strongly recommended that you do this on paper! how do i solve this in the calculator?
asked by marissa on October 10, 2010 
math
Suppose that a department contains 11 men and 19 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
asked by bballer on September 26, 2012 
Discreate Math
Suppose that a department contains 13 men and 19 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men
asked by Carlton on April 9, 2012 
discrete math
Suppose that a department contains 10 men and 17 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
asked by carlton on April 8, 2012 
discrete math
Suppose that a department contains 10 men and 17 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
asked by carlton on April 3, 2012 
statistics
Suppose that a department contains 8 men and 20 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
asked by scott on November 8, 2010 
business math
out of 7 men and 5 women, 5 members of a committee are selected. in how many ways can this be done if (a) there must be exactly 3 men (b) there must be more women than men?
asked by Benjamin on February 28, 2016 
math
A department contains 13 men and 20 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
asked by Anonymous on October 21, 2010 
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.
asked by Becky on February 11, 2015 
Probabilityplse
A committee of two persons is selected from two men and two women. Find the probability that the committee will have at least one man.
asked by mandeep on November 27, 2012 
Statistic
A group of 20 women took the njcbspt and 17 passed the algebra portion. A group of 35 men took the test and 28 passed. Does this support the claim that men's success rates are lower than women's ? Sigma=.05
asked by Dhelp on February 21, 2016 
Math
A committee is to consist of 2 members. If there are 12 men and 6 women available to serve on the committee, how many different committees can be formed? a. 153 b. 816 c. 72 d. 136 ***
asked by Anonymous on December 4, 2019 
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
asked by Anonymous on November 9, 2016 
12 math
a club consists of 25 married couples. determine how many committee of 7 people can be formed from these coules if there are A. no restrictions B. exactky 5 men on the committe c. at least one person has to be a men d. there must be at least 3 women and 2
asked by marie on August 30, 2008 
Probability
This is an example question, but I'm not sure how my instructor came up with the answer. Could anyone explain in detail please. Among the contestants in a competition are 49 women and 29 men. If 5 winners are randomly selected, what is the probability that
asked by Mary on October 29, 2006 
Algebra
From a group of 6 men and 4 women, a committee of 3 is to be selected at random. Find P(at least 2 women). It might be a little out of order but this is what I got. C(10,2) (10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1)/(8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1*2*1) =45 C(6,2) (6*5*4*3*2*1)/(2*1) =360
asked by Jon on March 5, 2008 
anthropology
I am doing a course project. I am having some issue on this part. Politician System Subsistence Bands. This is what I came up with. Bands are the key social /political assemblage, be an average of 50 80 per band. Generate a “face to face” for the
asked by jimmy on February 7, 2015 
Mathematics
A committee of 4 is to be selected from 5 women and 7 men.In how many ways;a)Can this committee be selected? b)Can this committee be selected if 3 men must be included c)Can the committee be selected if at least 3 women must be included?
asked by Silverln on December 12, 2016 
Probability and statistics
From among a group of 2 men, 4 women and 6 children, 2 individuals are selected randomly. What is the probability that exactly 1 among the chosen are children?
asked by Jeanny on May 2, 2016 
Probability
Committee of 5 selecting 9 women and 7 women...what is the probability of all men
asked by Anonymous on March 25, 2019 
Math
Can someone guide me with this question? Four teachers and five students have volunteered to serve on the school's fundraising committee, which is chaired by the principal. The principal wishes to select the committee using a random draw. He places each
asked by Jay on May 2, 2011 
Math 302
From a group of six men and five women 3 male roles and 4 female roles need to be chosen for the upcoming community play how many different cast lists can be made?
asked by Heather on February 27, 2018 
math
in a group of 180 person composed of men, women and children there are twice as many men as women and three times as many women as children. how many are there each?
asked by scott on November 9, 2014 
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
asked by james007 on July 13, 2015 
psychology
The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women. b. how men and women think about their environment. c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to
asked by Lucy on June 18, 2015 
pyschology
The Biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women b. how men and women think about their environment c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to
asked by lisa on April 20, 2011 
Psychology Please Help!!
The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women. b. how men and women think about their environment. c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to
asked by Anonymous on November 25, 2011 
statistics
7. The data represent the distribution of U.S. suicide rates per 100,000 of the population for men and women from 1995 – 2002. Table 4.28 Men (x) 19.8 19.3 18.7 18.6 17.6 17.5 17.6 17.9 Women (y) 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.3 a) Find the regression
asked by Hayley on November 29, 2018 
Discrete Math
7.A group has 9 women and 7 men. d. Suppose 2 members of the group refuse to work together. How many subgroups of 5 can be chosen 8. In how many ways can 16 people be seated: a. In a row, if 4 of the 16 do not want to sit next to one another b. In a row,
asked by Justin on November 4, 2010 
math
Suppose that the population of a certain townis made up of 45% of men and 55% of women. Of the men, 40% wear glasses, abd of the women, 20% wear glasses. Given that a person chosen at random from the town wears glasses, what is the probability that the
asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2011 
Introduction to Psychology
New technology is a wonderul servant, but the learning curve is often steep. Men often viewthemselves are more capable of using new technology that women because: (a) women learnnew skills more slowly (b) men generally have a higher estimation of their
asked by Carol on November 5, 2011 
math
In a group of 126 spectators the ratio of men to women was 3:4. What is the new ratio if 2 more men and 8 more women joined the group of spectators?
asked by kudu on January 31, 2015 
History
read the expert and answer the question. Whoever does right, whether male or female, and is a believer, also to enter the garden. Quran which statement provides a valid generalization that can be inferred from the expert? a. Men and women have equal
asked by Zeeky on September 27, 2018 
History
What made the Knights of Labor interesting and important? Select one: a. They were the first group to try and organize unskilled, as well as skilled, workers b. They were the first group to try and organize women, as well as men. c. They were the first
asked by TayB on February 25, 2015 
college psych
Which of the following is true of the prevalance rate of psychological disorders in the United States? a) Men experience mood disorders at a higher rate than women b) Women and men differ substanrially on disorders such as schizophrenia c) Men and women
asked by Michele on December 10, 2008 
Math probability
Lottery tickets are held by 56 men and 84 women. An equal percentage of men and women are older than 55. If there are 8 men over 55, what is the probability that the lottery winner will be either man of any age or a women over 55 years old.
asked by ER on October 11, 2015