(1 point) a computer retail store has 9 personal computers in stock. a buyer wants to purchase 4 of them. unknown to either the retail store or the buyer, 4 of the computers in stock have defective hard drives. assume that the computers are selected at random. (a) in how many different ways can the 4 computers be chosen?(b) what is the probability that exactly one of the computers will be defective?(c) what is the probability that at least one of the computers selected is defective?
this excerpt is taken from the book “we shall not be moved : the women’s factory strike of 1909 “ and is written by joan dash. it is the story of the great strike when almost 30thousand women working in factories in america formed a union to fight unsafe working conditions, long working hours and miserable wages.
question: which best states the author’s purpose for including this information in the text?
answer: to challenge the reader’s ideas about a historical event
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