I have this statistics problem that i must solve as soon as possible.

You have 5 oil paints and 6 water paints. The director of the museum picks an exhibition of 3 oil paints and 4 water paints. How many are the probabilities there are to form the exhibiton.

I will really apprecciate your help
Thanks again
Tik

Welcome to TS. This is a hypergeometric probability. There are two kinds of paints. You are picking 7 out of 11 in total, 3 of them needs to be oil based. Thus we have: