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Six jurors are to be selected from a pool of 20 potential candidates to hear a civil case involving a lawsuit between two families. Unknown to the judge or any of the attorneys, 4 of the 20 prospective jurors are potentially prejudiced by being acquainted with one or more of the litigants. They will not disclose this during the jury selection process. If 6 jurors are selected at random from this group of 20, find the probability that the number of potentially prejudiced jurors among the 6 selected jurors is
a. Exactly 1
b. None
c. At most 2


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