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Let X = 13, Y = 10, Z = 10, T = 3, W = 3.
(c) If there is exactly one woman chosen, this is possible in
two women chosen in C(10, 8)C(3, 2) = = 135 ways
three women chosen in ways
Altogether there are 30+135+120 = 285 possible choices.