i have following question,suppose that The Charity Club has 14 freshmen, 15 sophomores, 8 juniors and 10 seniors as volunteers and 8 names will be drawn to go on a trip. How many different draws of 8 names would contain exactly 5 juniors and 4 seniors? i did not understant one thing,how 8 name could contain 5 juniors and 4 seniors?it is 9 totally,so impossible yes?or there is something which i have not understood ,please help me
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