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10-36.

On a six-person bowling team, only four players bowl in any game. How many different four-person teams can be made if the order in which they bowl does not matter?

_{_6C_4=15}

10-36.

On a six-person bowling team, only four players bowl in any game. How many different four-person teams can be made if the order in which they bowl does not matter?

_{_6C_4=15}