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NCr + nCr-1 = n+1Cr prove it?


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A Committee has 19 members, of which 10 are Democrats and 9 are Republicans. A subcommittee is going to be formed with 3 Democrats and 3 Republicans. How many possible subcommittees can be formed?


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