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Looking around the conference room, you see a total of ten people: six from the New York office and four from the Medford office. You plan to randomly select three people to form a sales committee. Use a probability tree to determine the probability that

a. You would end up with all three people from New York.

b. Your sample would be composed of one person from New York and two from Medford.

c. No one from New York is selected.

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