# Question [5] 4. Three city council members are to be selected (one as a President, Treasurer and other as a Secretary) from a total of 15 members to form a subcommittee to study the city's traffic problems. 13] a) How many different subcommittees are possible? [2] b) If all possible council members have an equal chance of being selected. What is the probability that members Smith (as a President), Ronald (as a Treasurer) and Jones (as a Secretary) are both selected?

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Transcribed Image Text: [5] 4. Three city council members are to be selected (one as a President, Treasurer and other as a Secretary) from a total of 15 members to form a subcommittee to study the city's traffic problems. 13] a) How many different subcommittees are possible? [2] b) If all possible council members have an equal chance of being selected. What is the probability that members Smith (as a President), Ronald (as a Treasurer) and Jones (as a Secretary) are both selected?
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Transcribed Image Text: [5] 4. Three city council members are to be selected (one as a President, Treasurer and other as a Secretary) from a total of 15 members to form a subcommittee to study the city's traffic problems. 13] a) How many different subcommittees are possible? [2] b) If all possible council members have an equal chance of being selected. What is the probability that members Smith (as a President), Ronald (as a Treasurer) and Jones (as a Secretary) are both selected?